Item description for Let's Go Visiting by Sue Williams...
From the creators of the bestselling favorite I Went Walking comes a colorful farmyard adventure brightened by lively baby animals and lots of counting fun. Let's go visiting and see who's ready to play--one foal, two calves, three kittens, four piglets, five ducklings, and six puppies! And once we've stomped in the mud with the piglets and swum in the lake with the ducklings, let's curl up with this adorable menagerie and take an afternoon nap. This adventure-filled cumulative counting book will help youngsters practice their counting skills while they learn to identify their favorite animal babies--a visit every child will remember.
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Studio: Harcourt Children's Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.73" Width: 10.29" Height: 0.34" Weight: 1.03 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 1998
Publisher Gulliver Books
ISBN 0152018239 ISBN13 9780152018238
Availability 0 units.
More About Sue Williams
Williams graduated from Brighton University in 1986 specializing in illustration and is now an established artist working from her north London studio.
Sue Williams was born in 1964.
Sue Williams has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Let's Go Visiting?
A Visit at the Farm May 9, 2002
"Let's Go Visiting" is the delightful to sequel to "I Went Walking". Even though they are both simple stories, the story in "Let's Go Visiting" differs from "I Went Walking". Having both books won't leave children or their parents bored with the same story from these repetitive sentence books. "Let's go visiting. What do you say?" brings in baby farm animals, ready to play! This book utilizes counting to six and teaches the names for the baby farm animals (kittens, piglets, calves). The wonderful illustrations are active and create their own story, complimenting the simplicity of the text. Although this book is recommended as a read aloud for babies through toddlers, I would also include it as an independent reader for kindergarten and first grades.
"I Went Walking Fans" won't be disappointed Aug 12, 2001
My daughter cut her front teeth on her board book edition of �I Went Walking.� It was the book that had to go everywhere with us, the book that I had to buy twice. So it was a natural when �Lets Go Visiting� came out that we had to get a copy. The good thing with the hardcover edition is that it's very large and my daughter, now two, has a great time counting all the brightly colored animals. She can�t get enough of the rhyming story and all the different animals�this time, they are baby animals. Her favorites are the little black kittens. The bad thing about the hardcover version is that it doesn�t stand up as well to all her �love� as the board book pages in "I Went Walking" do. The pages are taped and she can�t teeth on it (though not for lack of trying.) So maybe soon they�ll come out with the board book edition�until then, we�ll keep buying another book when she�s loved the older one to bits�and keep on attempting to show her how to take care of her books.