ISBN: 1423114108
EAN13: 9781423114109
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 1, 2009
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 9.1" L x 6.7" W
Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   My kids love them. I think they're really funny
The second book, "The Dharmasenas," was also written by Brian Kerkowski. My kids absolutely love them, Blair said. I think the writers are really funny, too. I think it really encourages them to read because they enjoy playing the parts. Turner said: "We're thrilled to be back."
 
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   Elephants Cannot Dance
All the books are written for children 3 to 5 years old. My granddaughter started her first dance class last month and is now 4. And, of course, she loved it.
 
5
   Sweet story
Mo's books are also very popular. I bought five of his stories for my great niece and nephew and I know they will love them. The drawings are delightful and so expressive in their simplicity, he said. I am not gifting them right away so I dont have direct feedback from them but I am certain they will enjoy them as much as their parents reading them. I highly recommend Dr. Goin's and Dr. Abraham's products. His daughter, Ethel, said the bond between Gerald and Piggie was a wonderful example of how a parent-child relationship could work. I'm tempted to keep them myself, Libbo said.
 
5
   Enjoyable reading for all
It was my 5 year old granddaughter who asked for it. S h e has a soft spot for Williams books. These are also called "nice" because if you are the reader they don't have to be tedious for adults.
 
5
   Love the dialog!
From there, the two roommates go on to teach many lessons. Both are great for early readers and outstanding for ASD children. All are so when read by an adult they teach expression, cadence and understanding of social interaction.
 
5
   My grandson loves these books
I bought them for my six-year-old grandson who is just getting into reading 'chapter books,' said his grandmother. He's a huge fan of the Harry Potter series.
 
5
   Great book
I started reading them when I was pregnant and have read them all since. He is 1 1/2 years old. He loves them and they are fun, have good lessons, Raymond said. I look forward to buying them all, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
 
5
   Easy Reader
I've read all the books except for the Elephant and Piggie series. The repetition in the book, the striking illustrations and the familiar characters make this a good read for little ones. The boys were sent out quickly and in good shape, he said.
 
3
   Not a favorite but still good
Good, but isn’t catching on like some of the other books we have. They're great for small children, but they're not for me.
 
5
   A guaranteed kid pleaser! (And so enjoyable for adults to read to kids!)
My 3-year-old grandson absolutely loves the "Elephant and Piggie" series. The book is a simple and very entertaining story, and the illustrations are also very witty. This book is one he has not had, and I am not even counting the cost of shipping it.
 
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