Item description for Oops-A-Daisy! by Claire Freedman & Gaby Hansen...
Overview As little Daisy Rabbit struggles to learn how to hop, her mother points out other baby animals having trouble with their lessons until Daisy realizes that everyone needs practice when trying something new.
Publishers Description Daisy Rabbit is learning how to hop. "Watch me, Mamal" Daisy cries out as she tries a big hop . . . hippity-hoppity-flop Mama helps Daisy up and shows her that everyone needs to practice things. Little Duck is learning to swim and Little Mouse is learning to climb and gather seeds. Daisy keeps practicing her hopping . . . whoopsity-oopsity After a long day, Daisy is an expert hopper. But she's so tired that Mama Rabbit has to carry her home
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Studio: Tiger Tales
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 10.75" Height: 9.5" Weight: 0.94 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2004
Publisher Tiger Tales
ISBN 1589250370 ISBN13 9781589250376
Availability 0 units.
More About Claire Freedman & Gaby Hansen
Claire Freedman is the author of the ALIENS LOVE UNDERPANTS series as well as A CUDDLE FOR LITTLE DUCK, MY PRECIOUS LITTLE BEAR, and SNUGGLE UP, LITTLE ONES. She lives on the Essex coast in the U.K. with her husband, Michael. For more information, go to www.clairefreedman.co.uk.
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A joyful children's picture book about learning and growing Jun 12, 2004
Oops-a-Daisy! is a joyful children's picture book about learning and growing. Precocious baby rabbit Daisy is having a tricky time learning how to hop - her Mama gently explains that everybody needs to practice things, and after a long day of hard work, little Daisy finally masters the skill of hopping all on her own. Gentle and pleasing color illustrations by Gaby Hansen add a happy touch to Claire Freedman's original and engaging "read-aloud" story for children ages 3 to 7.