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by Helen Oxenbury,Trish Cooke

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Helen Oxenbury,Trish Cooke
Turtleback Books; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (September 23, 2008)
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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by Trish Cooke (Author), Helen Oxenbury (Illustrator). School & Library Binding: 48 pages.

by Trish Cooke (Author), Helen Oxenbury (Illustrator). School & Library Binding.

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Relatives arriving in succession give in to their desire to squeeze and kiss and play with the baby.
  • Baby is the narrator of the story, which explains the "poor grammar." Beautiful story of a family, gathering together to celebrate daddy's birthday while doting on baby. I too did not care for the cousin who wanted to [play] fight the baby, so I changed the words to my liking. Still, a beautifully illustrated and written story. My two year old loves it, and after owning this book for almost a month, he can already "read" it from front to back.

  • I just love this book!!! I remember my brother and I found this as an absolute favorite when we were little, and my mom would read it to us EVERY night. Now, my two toddlers (2 and 3) ask me to read it EVERY night lol. There are alot of reviews on here that talk about the grammatical errors. Yes, there are are errors, but it is geared toward the language of toddlers. It's such a cute, sweet story. And as far as people getting mad about the "I want to fight the baby" part, I for one replace the word fight with wrestle, for my peace of mind lol. But also, it's not graphic or violent as some reviewers are inclining. It's a big cousin coming over to wrestle with the baby. Something my brothers and nephews do with my son. It's a family-base and sweet, loving story. So worth it! Plus, the pictures and color are so nicely done.

  • beautiful illustrations and depiction of a warm family life. it's a gathering for a surprise bday party for dad. It's unfortunate that they chose to use fighting as one of the verbs (when the cousin comes over to play). My kid is not yet able to read so I just change the words to play. What's the point of introducing the concept of fighting, even play fighting?

  • I really wanted to like this book but I couldn't get past the seemingly intentional grammatical errors. When I tried, then came "I want to fight the baby, pow, pow". I don't know anyone who would speak that way to a baby.

  • This book is filled with so much love and written in a way that children want to hear it again and again. My 18th month old's favorite book, hands down. She brings it over to me constantly with a smile saying, "Hey, Pow Pow" at the top of her lungs. If you read the book, you will see how it easily becomes a favorite line from the story. This is really a fantastic read that celebrates love and extended family. I recommend it!

  • Adorable! I love this book so much that I have bought more than one copy, and I have given copies of the book to others. I have read and discussed the story with my kindergarten students. They love the story, also. The illustrations are lively. It's cute rhythmic pattern flows, as the story shows a gathering of relatives of various ages that focus their attention on the baby. It shows how relatives often interact with and talk to babies in an exaggerated fashion. When the cousin says "I want to fight the baby", my students discuss what the child really means. They are able to figure out what that really means. It's a great book, in fact it's so great that I'm going to purchase it again!

  • This book was written in 1860 and gives a sense of what was known and not known about various mind altering substances at that time. The first half of the book is devoted to tobacco, which was quite interesting, although not exactly the most mind altering of substances. It also discusses opium and datura. Hemp is discussed at length and some mention of the red capped Amanita muscaria mushroom, which likely influenced Lewis Carrol's "Alice in Wonderland," (Perhaps not just for what is written). There are better current books discussing better natural and man made substances, and I don't think the Amanita mushroom is a good idea, but this book gives a very good account of what was happening and the attitudes about these substances at that time and is worthwhile read.

  • Being an excellent aunt, my daughter bought this book for my grandson. He has many books, but whenever it is time to read to him, this is the book he selects most often. I love the way it is written with repititious sentences which helps develop reading. We have to watch out though, because my grandson loves to act out some of the action in the story. We love the pictures in the book also. It's not just my grandson who loves being read to from this book, we also love to read it to him. I am going to buy this book as part of a gift for a baby shower where the parents have asked the attendees to forego a greeting card and enclose a book instead. What a great idea!!!