Is Your Mama A Llama?
ISBN: 0439598427
EAN13: 9780439598422
Language: English
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.1" H x 10" L x 7.7" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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StoryPlay Books is the smart way to read and play together StoryPlay Books offer fun ways to engage with little ones during story time and playtime with prompts and activities that everyone will love Each quality story will delight readers while building early literacy skills for ages 3-5 by helping them develop: problem-solving abilities, reading comprehension, social development, pre-reading skills, memory strength and more Each book includes story-related games and crafts to extend the reading experience. Teachers agree that StoryPlay Books are perfect for parents looking to stimulate and engage their kids at home while having fun together

Each book also shines a spotlight on important topics for this age. Is Your Mama a Llama? -- a sweet story about a baby llama trying to guess animal riddles -- focuses on animals.

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   Favorite of 3 generations.
It's great to read, easy to add your inflection to it, and it's also great to haggle over prices. The question is your mama a llama, or do you have a different kind of mother? The repetition and the rhythm make reading it fun, too.
   This was my kids' favorite book, and now I give it to all ...
Now I give it to all the newest little ones in the family! This story is so sweet, said Mary. Even though the product is relatively new, kids just love it.
   Adorable book, perfect for young kids
This book is perfect for young children, too. Hidden messages of diversity by introducing kids to the idea that there are many different types of families out there, Tunick said.
   Wonderful, helps my 16m son relax before bed.
My son absolutely adores the book. It's bedtime and he will pick out this book and say mama mama mama until I start to read it to him. It's wonderful to hear people say that.
   Love this book!
A great book, Gillian. Very well written and well-paced. Even with the help of Rudolph the monkey, the illustrations are not that colorful or clear for toddlers. But I still like them because they are different and give the book character. It took me 15 months to get my daughter to start liking the book. But now she loves it and sometimes brings it to me to read.
   This book was always a favorite of my children when they were little
It was a book that my children, and I, have had many, many, many, books. I think I still have it memorized, 10 years later. I bought this for a present, as I frequently do.
   Read Aloud, again and again
I'm not saying I'm a huge fan of Rowling's work, but I do enjoy reading her books. The rhythm and rhyme work well when read, which cannot be said of so many other rhyming books. They want to hear it over and over, but adults don't mind because it's just to read. It is appropriate for any age level, even keeping a class of preschoolers entranced time after time, he said.
   A field guide
For more information on the family, please visit www. whommymamais. com. And when we turn the page, my son enjoys the surprise when we find out what kind of animal the mama in question is. It was one of my favorites when my older kid was little, so I had to get it again for this baby.
   Beautiful, rhyming, book you will love for generations
Absolutely one of my and my kids favorites is your mama a lama, I asked Dave. Dave is not the only one who has said no she is not the answer. She hangs by her feet and lives in a cave. I don't believe that's how llamas behave. Yes, I said you are right about that. I think that your mama sounds more like a bat, Tunick said. He is the first and only cloned rhino. Next, it's on to the last leg, the llama. The writer, Dr. Seuss, also drew on his experiences as a child. Very good, heavy duty, cardboard book with beautiful illustrations, Mr. D'Antonio said. I highly recommend Dr. Goin's book.
   Great, at first.
The whole thing starts strong, and then the rhymes completely fall apart. I still read it to our toddlers, but I'm annoyed at the clunky, flawed writing every time.