A Childs Good Morning Book by Margaret Wise BrownI was excited when I saw this book at the library. My daughter and I have loved all the Karen Katz lift the flap books weve read. This is just a normal book (no flaps or textures) about babies waking up in the morning.
The text didnt flow well at all. I expected it to be about a baby waking up and all the things we do when we wake up and get ready for the day. But it really focused on animals and insects waking up at the same time as the baby. It was strange. And some pages rhymed but others didnt. It was really jumbled and I didnt enjoy reading it.
The illustrations by Karen Katz are the same as her other books. So those were entertaining. Theyre bright and cartoony - everything kids love. My daughter still enjoyed the pictures even though I did not enjoy the story.
A Child's Good Morning Book
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Thank you! Originally published in and illustrated by Jean Charlot, this simple, lyrical text describes the dawning of a new day for four young children as they wake up to roosters crowing, rabbits nibbling, flowers opening, birds singing and bees buzzing. Each round-faced cutie is depicted as a different ethnicity, but they all respond to the world in similar ways. Picture book. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again.
From the beloved children's book author of such classics as Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny comes the classic A Child's Good Morning Book.
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