Item description for Look What I See! Where Can I Be? In the Neighborhood (Michels, Dia L. Look What I See! Where Can I Be?,) by Dia L. Michels & Michael J. N. Bowles...
In The Neighborhood captures the daily routines of anan attachment parenting family.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date May 7, 2001
Publisher Platypus Media
ISBN 1930775008 ISBN13 9781930775008
Availability 0 units.
More About Dia L. Michels & Michael J. N. Bowles
Dia L. Michelsis an award-winning internationally published science and parenting writer, she is the author or editor of over a dozen books for both children and adults. Her books have been translated into Spanish, Dutch, Hebrew, Chinese, and Korean. A popular speaker, she lectures frequently at conferences, universities, libraries, and schools around the country. She teaches classes on mammal reproduction and lactation at children's and science museums around the U.S. and is a commentator for Public Radio, International. Her articles have been published in People, Parenting, Mothering, Parents, Baby Talk, Family Fun, Nurturing, and the Washington Post. She lives in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC, with her husband, Tony Gualtieri, their three children, and four cats and a dog.
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Book Review Nov 27, 2001
This book written by Dia L. Michels can serve a parent in a variety of ways. It is an excellent readaloud for a younger nonreading child who can engage in a guessing game based upon picture clues. The book can also serve as a beginning reader for the emerging reader in your family. There are no more than 2 sentences on a page with a limited vocabulary and picture clues that will help the reader to understand the contents. The book tells a story of a family trip around the neighborhood from the baby's point of view. Colorful photographs enhance the text and make the book pleasing to view. A good addition to any family library.