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Children ages 0-4 can join Paul, Judy, and Bunny as they have fun helping Mummy and Daddy in this first-ever Little Golden Book based on the children's classic pat the bunny!
This deluxe, oversized edition of the evergreen classic touch-and-feel book, "pat the bunny," features two exclusive spreads not included in the original. Full color.
New mothers and fathers want to write down all their baby's firsts, as well as charming little anecdotes about their children's personalities. This book includes a keepsake box in the back and a gift collection of baby's first toy and a special "Pat the Bunny" memento. Illustrations.
It’s More Than a Birthday!It’s a fantastic opportunity to affirm your child’s unique, God-given abilities and interests. The Birthday Book shows you the priceless benefits of celebrating your child’s birthday—then gives you a myriad of meaningful ways to make his or her special day fun and totally unforgettable. From creating a keepsake videotape, to developing a dinnertime birthday tradition, to planning a parent-child birthday getaway or organizing a birthday bash for your child’s friends, you’ll find mom-tested strategies inside, together with a bonanza of ideas for themes, invitations, decorations, food, games, resources, and tips. Even better, it’s all laid out in age groups to help you and your child celebrate in appropriate ways for every phase of the growing-up years: · Fun When You’re One · Terrific Times for Twos and Threes · Fun Festivities for Fours and Fives · Stupendous Fun for School-Age Kids · Totally Teens
Published more than 50 years ago, the original Pat the Bunny has sold millions of copies en route to its reign as one of the best-selling children's books ever. Faithfully following the original, Pat the Money also features Paul and Judy, here cast as baby boomers, born before 1960, "able to do lots of things." In the original, "You can do lots of things, too." In the parody, you can still do lots of things-you just cannot afford to do them quite the way Paul and Judy can because you were born after 1960. You're a buster. The ultimate take-off on the interactive favorite, Pat the Money is the perfect graduation/welcome to real life/new parent gift book for downwardly mobile Americans with a sense of humor.
A brother and sister play with their cat, shop with Daddy, eat snacks, and prepare for bedtime. Feature scratch and sniff labels, textures to feel, flaps to lift, and elements to move.
In a parody of touch-and-feel books, young readers are invited to join two mischievous children in tormenting their unusual pet, Beastie.
This hilarious, touch-and-feel political parody of the popular children's book "pat the bunny" gives readers a chance to pull Barbara Bush's hair, touch Bill Clinton's briefs, and read George Bush's lips.
The Playful Toddler is a wonderful collection of brain-boosting activities, created especially for the 18- month to two-year-old child. The simple games included in this book offer your child visual, tactile, and kinesthetic experiences.Parent and caregivers can use this resource to provide rich and supportive learning environments for young children. Play is the place where a young child can develop into an individual. These delightful, simple games offer yourchild learning opportunities and valuable time with you.
A mash-up parody of Pat the Bunny infuses zombie images and motifs into the once-docile children's classic. Original.
Working off the hit of Pat the Bunny – and with Pat the Husband already a top-rated spin-off, Nelligan is back at it with Pat the Daddy. It’s a spot-on parody of coping with being a new parent, relayed in a simplistic, tongue-in-cheek manner that’s sure to ring true with any prospective or even seasoned parents. Following on the crib – I mean coat – tails of Pat the Husband comes Nelligan’s parody of what being a father is all about. Portrayed in tongue-in-cheek sarcasm with equally clever illustrations, the book will ring true for all dads.
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This practical guide for teaching children of all ages to read relays dozens of step-by-step techniques