Item description for Ten Dirty Pigs/Ten Clean Pigs by Carol Roth & Pamela Paparone...
""The familiar actions and the turn-around format make this useful for pre-school storytime, and appealing to very young children."" (School Library Journal)
""With a corps of frisky, balletically capering porkers and a circular counting rhyme that can be started from either end of the book, Paparone and Roth take children cycling from mud puddle to bathtub and back."" (Booklist)
""The stories work well together, and you can expect to be asked to flip it over and over so listeners can pore over the details in the illustrations."" (The Horn Book Guide)
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Studio: North-South Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.34" Width: 8.52" Height: 0.18" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2002
Publisher North-South Books
ISBN 0735815690 ISBN13 9780735815698
Availability 0 units.
More About Carol Roth & Pamela Paparone
Carol Roth is a former kindergarten teacher who has her master's degree in early childhood education. She has numerous children's books in print, including All Aboard to Work--Choo-Choo! She loves taking ballet and is a Literacy Volunteer of America. Carol has two children and three grandchildren and lives in New Jersey with her husband. Daniel Howarth trained in illustration in college. He then created his own line of greeting cards and sold them personally around southwestern England. Since then he has illustrated more than fifty children's books, including Hoppy Hannukah! and Will You Still Love Me? He and his family live in a thatched cottage in Devon along with two dogs, seventeen chickens, four ducks (and one wild rabbit).
Carol Roth currently resides in New York, in the state of New York.
Reviews - What do customers think about Ten Dirty Pigs/Ten Clean Pigs?
Good Clean Fun! Sep 19, 2003
What a clever bath time book! Start counting from one end reading catchy rhyming text about ten pigs who bathe until they "aren't dirty anymore." Then FLIP THE BOOK OVER and watch those same pigs get dirty all over again! My daughter was fascinating with the flip part. I liked the illustrations. Definitely worth a look.