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by Bernette Ford,Sam Williams

ePub No More Bottles for Bunny! (Ducky and Piggy) download
Author:
Bernette Ford,Sam Williams
ISBN13:
978-1905417346
ISBN:
1905417349
Language:
Publisher:
Boxer Books; First Edition edition (April 1, 2007)
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Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1615 kb
Fb2 file:
1462 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
265

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Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More . Ducky, Piggy, and Bunny are all very cute characters, and I'd love to see them in more books!

Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More Diapers for Ducky!-and it too deals with a rite of passage that every child goes through. Adorable Pig and Ducky return with a new friend: Bunny, who sucks on his bottle at mealtime, naptime, and playtime. Once again Ford and Williams teach No More Bottles for Bunny! Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More Diapers for Ducky!-and it too deals with a rite of passage that every child goes through.

Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More Diapers for Ducky!-and it too deals with a rite of passage that every child goes through. and no one drinks tea from a bottle! Will Bunny grow up and start using a cup? Once again Ford and Williams teach their lesson gently, with subtle, graceful writing and thoroughly charming characters. A Main Selection of the Children’s Book.

Bernette Ford has written many books for children, including Nappy Duck and Potty Piggy; No More Bottles for Bunny .

Bernette Ford has written many books for children, including Nappy Duck and Potty Piggy; No More Bottles for Bunny; and Ballet Kitty for Boxer Books. A publisher for many years, she now works as a children's book packager through her company, Color-Bridge Books. Bernette lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, George Ford, an award-winning illustrator. Sam Williams' expressive, appealing and soft illustrations have appeared in numerous young books, including Ballet Kitty; Cold Little Duck, and Little Red by Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York

Bernette Ford and Sam Williams s delightful tale of a toddler s rite of. .

Bunny sucks on his bottle at mealtime, naptime, and playtime. But now he has an invitation to Piggy s lovely tea partyand no one drinks tea from a bottle! Will Bunny grow up and start using a cup?

Adorable Pig and Ducky, who first appeared in No More Diapers for Ducky!, return with an equally appealing new friend. Bunny is always drinking his bottle but when Ducky and Piggy have a tea party, he realizes how the bottle hampers his ability to play.

Adorable Pig and Ducky, who first appeared in No More Diapers for Ducky!, return with an equally appealing new friend. Bunny always sucks on his bottle. But now he has an invitation to Piggy's lovely tea party. I thought that the book No More Biting for Billy Goat by the same author-illustrator duo did a really good job of dealing with the problem of that particular aggressive behavior in a clear and concise way that children could relate to and understand.

Bernette Ford (author), Sam Williams (illustrator). Piggy, Ducky, and Bunny all love their dummies. When they cry, it's the only thing that makes them stop. But will there be no more dummy for Piggy?

Bernette Ford (author), Sam Williams (illustrator). But one day, Bunny doesn't need his dummy because he's too busy playing. Then Ducky doesn't need her dummy, because she wants to be a grown-up

Bernette Ford and Sam Williams, the creators of No More Diapers for Ducky!, No More Bottles for Bunny .

Bernette Ford and Sam Williams, the creators of No More Diapers for Ducky!, No More Bottles for Bunny!, and the other No More books, are back with another sweet entry in their popular series. It's Billy Goat's first day at school, and he feels lost and lonely. Even though he really wants to join in the fun and games, he just doesn't know how. Billy Goat gets so frustrated that he even bites Piggy, Lambkin, and Bunny! But with a little gentle guidance from sympathetic Ducky, he learns that teeth are for biting food-not your friends

Author: Ford, Bernette Williams, Sam (Ilt). Binding: Picture Books. First go the diapers; now it's time for bye-bye to bottle! Adorable Pig and Ducky, who first appeared in No More Diapers for Ducky!, return with an equally appealing new friend.

Author: Ford, Bernette Williams, Sam (Ilt). And no one drinks tea from a bottle! What will Bunny do? NOTE: This title is a Bargain Book Copy, purchased direct from the publisher or distributor as excess inventory or a store return. The book is in new condition and will, in most cases, have a small dot or line on the edge of the book.

Bernette Ford and Sam Williams offer a delightful sequel to their highly acclaimed No More Diapers for Ducky!—and it too deals with a rite of passage that every child goes through. Adorable Pig and Ducky return with a new friend: Bunny, who sucks on his bottle at mealtime, naptime, and playtime. But now Bunny has an invitation to Piggy’s lovely tea party…and no one drinks tea from a bottle! Will Bunny grow up and start using a cup? Once again Ford and Williams teach their lesson gently, with subtle, graceful writing and thoroughly charming characters.A Main Selection of the Children’s Book of the Month Club.
  • Baby (now age 2) still wanted a bottle before bed.
    I bought this book. At bedtime gave her milk with a cup and straw. Read book a few times. Following the advice of another reviewer, I asked her, "what about you, are you a big girl now, shall we say bye bye to your baba?" we then went downstairs, got a bottle out of the cupboard, threw it in the trash, and said "bye bye baba."
    Not a bottle since. She's asked a few times, and I've reminded her we said bye bye, but she can have milk in a cup and that is satisfactory.
    I recommend reading this book yourself ahead of time so you can adapt the story/gender/language to fit your particular situation.

  • Update: This book helped my daughter get rid of her bottle for good. I read the book to her every night for a couple weeks. When it was time to get rid of bottle for good, at the part where they throw the bottle in the trash, I asked her to do the same and she did. I said, you are a big girl now. No more bottles for you! and she said, yeah, bigger now! I handed her a little child sized mug and that was it! Super easy. :) I also used the other two books in the series about blankets and diapers and so far, big success with all! BIG Thank you! :)

    My daughter loves this book. It is very cute!

  • I really liked this book.

    My child was very stubborn at giving up her baby bottle. This book was ALWAYS in the line of books before nap time.

    Basically the book shows Bunny with the bottle everywhere and then tries to play tea time with his friends. Friends start letting Bunny know that bottles are for babies. Finally, Bunny throws the bottle in the trash!

    No, my child never jumped for joy and then threw away her bottle in the garbage. And I spent over $120 in different sippy cups. But in the end... after reading it everyday and purchasing her favorite character on a Tervis cup and putting a straw in it, she finally started drinking her milk out of the Tervis and now all $120 worth of sippy cups gets used. She'll drink out of anything now!

    NO MORE BOTTLES FOR BUNNY

  • My 2 year old son has been going to bed with a bottle of water for almost a year now. It was the only way he would soothe himself to sleep. I really thought it was going to be a struggle to get rid of that comfort item. We read the book together for 3 days and IT WORKED! I was very surprised because, honestly, it is a VERY "babyish" book. I changed some of the words in the story to better suit my son's routine and on the third night he took a deep breath, put his hand on the page that I was reading and said "I throw away bottle". I said "really! are you sure?". He replied, "yeah, I a big boy now. Not a baby anymore". So, we ran downstairs, threw it out...just like bunny, waved bye bye, grabbed a sippy cup, and went on with our bedtime routine. He is so proud of himself. Next milestone...the toddler bed. I got a book for that too:).

  • My daughter is almost 3 and was getting a bottle at nap time and bed time. She had some sleep issues and I didn't want to remove something that was part of her routine. Now that she is sleeping well I decided it was time to make the change but wanted to do it in a loving way. Her bottle has been a comfort and soother to her like most children. So I got this book and read it to her at nap and bed time. She loved it. I added some words to it like bunny will drink from a sippy cup at nap time from now on and changed the word mug to sippy cup. I read it for about a week and then found these PERFECT animal face sippy cups by NUK. They are called NUK sip and smile spill proof cups.They came in a pack of two (purple and yellow) and the face on it looks like a bunny-just like the mug bunny drinks from at the end of the story. So I called it her purple bunny sippy cup and she was so excited to drink from it just like bunny. She hasn't talked about or asked about her bottles since! That was so easy! I think this book is great for all kids especially the older toddlers who are a little resistant. Having the special bunny sippy cup really helped but I think any special new sippy cup would work as well. I will fade the sippy cup out in the next couple months as well but for now we have made the transition away from bottles and I am thrilled about that. As a side note my dentist said straw cups are best for children especially if they are drinking before sleeping-which is not good for their teeth. The NUK cup I got is not a straw cup but my main goal was to move on from the bottle. One step at a time! I am SOOOOO glad we got this book-it is totally worth it and we are still reading it at nap and bed time and probably will for a while!

  • Fast shipping. Great book for up to age 2, but older thsn that they lose interest

  • I liked Bye Bye Bottles Zebra way more. This one didn't help my daughter any because the bunny has the bottle in its mouth the entire time! Only on the last page does it take it out. In the Zebra book the Zebra is refusing the bottle and saying he's too big for it now the entire time. Plus it shows the zebra drinking from sippy cups. I wouldn't buy this one again.

  • I adore this book and after about a few weeks of reading this book every other night my daughter FINALLY drank milk out of a cup instead of tossing it. It was just one cup but one cup is the first step to a bottle free life.