Item description for Tumble Me Tumbily by Karen Baicker, Sam Williams, John Verlenden, Jimmy King, Aaron Rossini, Claus Schroter, Dirk Verworner, Erika Sausverde & Szaulius Ambrazas...
Overview Rhyming text presents the play, food, animal friends, and sleepy end of a toddler's day.
Publishers Description In lilting language and eye-catching swirls of babies and toddlers, floppy stuffed animals and soft toys, Karen Baicker and Sam Williams transport their readers directly into the world of babies. Whether the babies are just getting up, I am awake! I m awake all the way, Waked up to stay up And wake up the day! or going to bed, Snuggle me snuggly So warm and cuddly, Huggily, happily In your soft lap I ll be the joyfulness of babies days will bring a smile to every reader s face!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 10.25" Height: 10.25" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2002
Publisher Handprint Books
ISBN 1929766610 ISBN13 9781929766611 UPC 812242000911
Availability 0 units.
More About Karen Baicker, Sam Williams, John Verlenden, Jimmy King, Aaron Rossini, Claus Schroter, Dirk Verworner, Erika Sausverde & Szaulius Ambrazas
A many-talented editor, Karen Baicker lives with her husband, Paul, and their two children, Lucy and Jake, in Maplewood, New Jersey. Illustrator and photographer Ken Wilson-Max lives and works in London, but his illustrations are known and loved throughout the world. He is the author and illustrator of his own books, such as Big Silver Space Shuttle and Halala Means Welcome: A Book of Zulu Words.
Reviews - What do customers think about Tumble Me Tumbily?
Read to me readily! Feb 6, 2008
Originally picked this up at the library. The illustrations are soft and tender and whimsical at the same time. The rhythm of the text when read aloud is joyful and soothing. The book is divided into three sections, which I find unnecessary and a little choppy in flow, but a great book for bedtime or quiet time nonetheless.
Addictive reading for the young set Aug 15, 2007
I find the language annoying but the pictures are charming and keep my interest for the thousands of times I have read this. My almost-2-year-old daughter loves it so much that I'm buying it because I can no longer keep checking it out from the library. Even though I know it by heart, she still needs to know that the actual book is there.
One of our favorites Jan 12, 2007
What a wonderful story to read aloud. It is very lyrical, with a sing-song quality and clever, fun rhymes. There is one section about getting up, one section on mealtime, and another on bedtime. All are wonderful, and are available separately as three boardbooks. My boys are now 3 and 5, and this is still a favorite in our home.
Again! Again! Nov 5, 2006
Those are the words I hear over and over, seemingly endless times. My 19 month old daughter got this book when she was 9 months old and has loved it ever since. She can repeat all the words and so can I. I can even "read" it to her without looking at the book while I drive the car, I've read it so many times. Amazingly enough, however, I do not dread reading it, as I do with some of the other favorites. The language is fun and creative, and the pictures are sweet and imaginative. Instant classic!
Best baby book ever Mar 23, 2005
This is by far the best baby book EVER. My kids love the rhymes. I read it over and over again. This should go in every baby gift like Goodnight Moon so often does.