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by Melanie Watt

ePub Shapes (Learning with Animals) download
Author:
Melanie Watt
ISBN13:
978-1553378334
ISBN:
1553378334
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Publisher:
Kids Can Press; Brdbk edition (February 1, 2005)
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Subcategory:
Early Learning
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1524 kb
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1776 kb
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Shapes (Learning with Animals) Board book – February 1, 2005. Mélanie Watt is an acclaimed children's book author and illustrator

Shapes (Learning with Animals) Board book – February 1, 2005. by. Melanie Watt (Author, Illustrator). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Mélanie Watt is an acclaimed children's book author and illustrator. Her books include the Scaredy Squirrel, Chester and Learning With Animals series, Augustine, Leon the Chameleon and Have I Got a Book for You! She lives near Montreal.

Start by marking Learning with Animals Book Set as Want to Read . Youngsters are endlessly fascinated by animals, so what better way to teach them about the basic concepts of numbers, colours, shapes, opposites and the alphabet.

Start by marking Learning with Animals Book Set as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. With wit and whimsy, this library of five books presents more than seventy different species of animals in a variety of exciting and surprising locales. The attractive case with its handy pockets provides neat st Youngsters are endlessly fascinated by animals, so what better way to teach them about the basic concepts of numbers, colours, shapes, opposites and the alphabet.

Of the four Watt Learning with Animals board books I’ve recently read (the other three are colors, alphabet .

Yes, her illustrations are beautiful, and colorful, although I don’t enjoy the art in these books as much as I do in her Chester and Scaredy Squirrel books. Mélanie's best known book Scaredy Squirrel, has won many awards including the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Award for Children's Picture Book and the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award.

Mélanie Watt is an acclaimed children's book author and illustrator. Age Range: 1 - 4 years. Grade Level: Preschool and up. Lexile Measure: 180 (What's this?)

Kid-lit superstar Mélanie Watt talks to Today’s Parent about her beloved books and tells us why she sees a bit .

Kid-lit superstar Mélanie Watt talks to Today’s Parent about her beloved books and tells us why she sees a bit of Scaredy Squirrel in everyone. Interview with Scaredy Squirrel author Mélanie Watt (+ GIVEAWAY) Kid-lit superstar Mélanie Watt talks to Today’s Parent about her beloved books and tells us why she sees a bit of Scaredy Squirrel in everyone. First Day Of School Activities First Day School School Fun Preschool Activities Second Grade Freebies School 2017 First Grade Teachers Beginning Of The School Year Classroom Crafts.

Mélanie Watt has often had bad dreams about Jaws, Dracula, and forgetting her homework and showing up to school dressed in her pajamas. She has written and illustrated Augustine, Chester, Chester's Back, Scaredy's many adventures and more. Mélanie is also afraid of vampire bats. She lives in Montreal, Quebec. Age Range: 2 and up. Series: Learning with Animals. Paperback: 136 pages. Publisher: Kids Can Press (August 1, 2003).

com: Shapes (Learning with Animals) (9781553378334): Melanie Watt: Books. Best-selling author and illustrator Eric Carle brings us a beautiful new picture book filled with colorful imagery and a sweet story that little ones will love. To Tell Art Lessons Art Tutorials. Eric Carle's trade mark style and simplicity introduces a variety of animals and the love of their mothers in this picture book entitled, Does A Kangaroo Have A Mother, too? From Eric Carle, the New York Times bestselling author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Grouchy Ladybug, comes a reassuring tale of a mother’s.

Shapes: With Ocean Animals. In this board book from the Learning with Animals series, ocean animals illustrate the concept of shapes. Learning with Animals.

Melanie Watt, who resides near Montreal, Canada, is the author and illustrator of three children's picture book series and a number of individual picture book releases. Many of her works rely heavily on gags that either paint or break the fourth wall and she is also known for her quirky, lively and unusual characters, which all are Furries that fall along various points on the Sliding Scale of Anthropomorphism.

Youngsters are endlessly fascinated by animals, so what better way to teach them about the basic concepts? Animals of the ocean display both simple and complex shapes in this board book from the Learning with Animals series -- perfect for little hands.
  • This book is quite tiny, and only a few words appear on each page in small print. The artwork forces shapes on sea creatures, and beyond the triangular fish on the cover, is visually unappealing. The ray for a square is too sharply done, and using a whale for a rectangle just isn't at all realistic. Two dimensional animals are bland, and so is the book.

  • Our son loved looking at this books when he was very young (from 1-2 years old) and learned all his shapes really well from this book. He loved the colorful pictures, and we would flip through this all the time. It's not really for learning to read as much since there isn't much text on the pages. But it's for getting the youngsters interested in books and reading. And I was amazed that he really did remember his shapes really well from this book. The last page as a summary review page that was fun for him to match back with the previous pages.