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|Terrace Public Library||BB BAR (Text)||35151000465625||Easy Books||Volume hold||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780763644307
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 18 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Somerville, MA : Candlewick Press, 2014.
|General Note:||On board pages.
|Summary, etc.:||LeUyen Pham's adorable, vibrant illustrations bring Mary Brigid Barrett's singsong text to life in a board book for the very young. From a bright tower made of blocks to a boisterous family playing a game of Ring Around the Rosie, there are many ways to join things together -- and watch them tumble in a delightful heap!|
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|Subject:||Blocks (Toys) -- Juvenile fiction
Stories in rhyme
- Publishers Weekly Reviews : PW Reviews 2013 November #4
One might reasonably expect this board book from Barrett and Pham to riff on "Ring Around the Rosie." But while a scene featuring that game closes out the book, Barrett celebrates lightly destructive fun of all kinds, whether it involves toy blocks, sticks and stones, or dinner: "Spoon potatoes in a mound,/ plopping green peas all around./ Plunk spoon and cup atop the plate./ Daddy reaches outâtoo late!/ All fall down!" Working in gouache, Pham offers a multicultural crew of kids who couldn't be more excited about building things up and then sending them flying. Simultaneously available: Pat-a-Cake. Ages 2â5. Illustrator's agent: Linda Pratt, Wernick & Pratt. (Jan.)[Page ]. Copyright 2013 PWxyz LLC
- School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 2014 April
PreSâThese board books expand well-known nursery rhymes into common toddler experiences. All Fall Down shows the many things that can fall, from a tower of blocks to a mound of mashed potatoes. In Pat-a-Cake, toddlers start with a cake and move on to pat a kiwi, an acorn, a caterpillar, and more. Each scenario is illustrated with Pham's exuberant artwork, featuring bright colors and happy children. Both books end with a picture of a family enjoying being together. While the words are different, Barrett has stayed faithful to the rhythm of the original rhymes, making both titles easy to read and enjoyable to hear. Solid choices for most collections.âLaura Stanfield, Campbell County Public Library, Ft. Thomas, KY[Page 112]. (c) Copyright 2014. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.