3 edition of Baby Danced the Polka (Ala Notable Childrens Books. Younger Readers (Awards)) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||March 30, 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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In addition to the text and illustration, the books features sturdy card stock flaps that children can manipulate to reveal animals dancing with the baby. It's like our cultural ideas of what farm life is like are frozen in the 1940 It's a pretty cute little story--definitely has a good rhythm that you can almost sing as you read.
Later, Windy falls asleep under the stars. Review Sources : none found Search Terms : dance, rhyme, nursery rhyme Posted on Author CategoriesTags, Citation : Boynton, S. The illustrations were good, though not really a style that I love. She only hoped at least Patch her little brother would have a safe trip. Its one of the few that gets used over and over again.
It just had a happy note about it. The very real tragedy of the Irish potato famine and the subsequent exodus from that country is brought to life in a fictional account that will make a profound, lasting mark on the memories of young readers.
There's a mama and a papa and a baby who live on a farm. But, that might just be because I liked dogs better than the subject of this book which was getting ready for nap in a tent in the backyard. Chapters alternate between Nory's and Sean's viewpoints, so that we get a larger picture of each individual's triumphs and tribulations.
The bird catches it in it's mouth only two seconds later to drop it in the water. Their paths intertwine without them knowing it, and for a while, Nory believes that she'll never be able to see Sean again. Acclaimed author and artist Julie Flett's textured images of birds, flowers, art, and landscapes bring vibrancy and warmth to this powerful story, which highlights the fulfillment of inter-generational relationships and shared passions.
Someone has lost a notebook with gritty white poison all over it.
In this, mom and dad are tired, but baby wants to dance! And I LOVED the singing, and the wombat play! In this, mom and dad are tired, but baby wants to dance! It gave the book such a flare.
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