(Whose Knees are These?) [EBOOK/PDF] · Jabari Asim
Sweet board book I love the little limpses we Windchill Summer get of the owner of those knees as weo along Very playful and sweet Great positive words used to describe the knees and its owner So brown and strong to whom do these fine knees belong also these knees are charming mighty and belong to a cheerful chap I m so happy to see this book because representation matters Little ones will love this This is a book for toddlers or very young readers The words flow easily and the rhyming makes it a little bearable to read as an adultI ave this book a 1 star rating because although the illustrations are cute and it rhymes nicely there is not a whole lot of content there Im not even sure what the theme or moral of this book is Cool concept and maybe would love this if. A vibrant multicultural board book that celebrates a baby's sweet knees for fans of Ten Tiny Fingers and Ten Little.
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(Whose Knees are These?) EBOOK/PDF · Jabari Asim
Ictures flow right along with the story It was such a reat read and a wonderful why for children to become conscious of their kneesI The Three Worlds give it 5 stars There is something to be said about a child being able to see themselves in a book I truly appreciate that in this book the child is darker in complexion so that those who are similar can relate It also has areat rhythm to it that is absolutely adorable Different concept as it focuses on the one body part the knees Illustrations depict the knees of the toddler and the various activities knees help us perform Most of the illustrations depict 5he toddler from the waist down Sweet and simple story about a little boy s knees running swinging from a tree and dangling from a boat Learning about the knees Ing a baby's adorable kneesSnuggle with your child on your lap while you enjoy this fun rhyming text and bold artwor.
I didn t read alone but instead read to one of my bb loves Reading it by myself it didn t impress me much and the art felt lacking and didn t do it for me Perfect for babytoddler storytime Use for body part theme Would follow with singing Head Shoulders Knees and Toes A sweet book with some pictures that are I think deliberately difficult to make out Whose Knees Are These by Jabari Asim was fantastic I found this book in the library while looking through the children s section for a book to read to my daughter She loved it and she laughed the whole way throughespecially since I pointed to her knees as I was reading the book Mr Asim along with his illustrator LeUyen Pham has come up with such a creative way to teach children about their kneesand the Toes Parents and children will enjoy this interactive board book full of toddler appeal that is perfect for celebrat.
Praise for Only The StrongJabari Asim is such an elegant writer that you won't realize how smoothly he drew you in until you're halfway through this book Humane and humorous compassionate and willing to get a little rough this describes both the writer and the novel Only The Strong does for St Louis what Edward P Jones has done for Washington DC Raymond Chandler for Los Angeles mark