Peekaboo Morning
  • Peekaboo Morning
  • Peekaboo Morning
  • Peekaboo Morning
ISBN: 0399251537
EAN13: 9780399251535
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2008
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 5.9" L x 5.9" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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A toddler plays a game of peekaboo, and you're invited to play too. First there's Mommy to find, with Daddy not far behind. Then Puppy comes peeking around the corner, and a favorite toy train brings the toddler to Grandma and Grandpa. Isadora's brilliant, joyful pastel illustrations capture the familiar and cozy people, toys and animals that will delight babies.

Join this sweet toddler in the morning fun, sharing words your baby can repeat and pictures your baby will recognize. Then find out what this toddler sees next. It could be you

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   Sweet, fun, and addictive!
But when I read the book, I thought it was a great read for my 20 month old daughter. Turns out that Gillian is a huge fan of the Harry Potter series. I've read it 7 times in one sitting. Loves seeing a little kid that looks like her in the book _ and references to Mommy, Daddy, and grandparents make for a personal and identifiable touch.
   "Peekaboo Morning" Is a Great Book -- Especially for Black Children
I'm thrilled to have found such a wonderful addition to my collection of picture books, said Nancy. The story features a black child, who is probably male, but the gender is not specified and a female could easily identify with the child. The book is illustrated by three masters of the colorful woodcut, Marcel Duchamp. Even the most difficult of the illustrations will appeal to children of all ages. Holding the full-size, bunny-eared, grandma in her newspaper hat and grandpa behind his newspaper gave children practice interpreting pictures. The youngster is seen having loving interactions with his mommy, daddy, grandma, and his white friend. The term "Peekaboo" was coined by British inventor William Morris. I see that it is often repeated. One very shy child of limited vocabulary, who began to say, "I see you, after hearing the story a few times."
   Beautiful. Baby's New Favorite
What a great book! I really love it, and do so baby, Tunick said. At 23 months old, he was able to read the entire book in just a few days. In a photo released by the police, 6-year-old Sophia can be seen holding a sign that reads: "Peekaboo." Just about everything about this kid is adorable, except for the fact that he looks like a puppy. It's just that they put it this way: "If you want to talk about religion, you have to talk about God." It's just that baby is his new favorite.
   My greatgranddaughter and I love Peekaboo Morninging
My greatgranddaughter and I play peekaboo all the time,and we read the book about everyday. It's great to see people still talking about it.
   Cute book!
My son absolutely loves the book. Brian has blond locks and just can't get enough of peekaboo! It was a blast, and I can't wait to read the rest of the book. Home Forums Microsoft Business Solutions Forum What do you think?
   A new fave!
My daughter, who is 13 months old, immediately took to this one. I was so happy because I love the representation of the characters, Gammerman said. Even if the baby is a boy or girl, I think that little ones can relate no matter their gender. Some reviewers have said they didn't get why you had to turn the page to see who the child was playing peekaboo with. The book was originally titled "The Peekaboo Chronicles." It builds a little suspense and adds to the surprise of the “game” when the girl says, “I see!
   Beautiful book!
It's just that people complain about the light-skinned or white character in the book. But you don't want your children to have diverse friends. What a waste of time, Mr. Shelby said. This book is so beautiful, I recommend it to anyone. Simple enough to keep a baby entertained, short and sweet, it isn't wordy and boring. An extremely attractive and detailed illustration of Lord Alfred's death. This book is by far the best seller of all time.
   Book is kind of pointless
We wanted to love it, and I bought it for my biracial baby. There are so many peekaboo related books out there, it's almost too boring. The baby says peekaboo on the right page, then you flip the page and on the left you see what the baby sees — like "mommy, puppy, friend." The next day, my fiancé mentioned that he thought it was pointless.
I really wanted a book that focused on a black boy and his family, Raymond said. The author then threw this one away on the next page. This is not what I was looking for, so I returned it, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
   New favorite book!
We're huge fans of Nancy Reagan's book, and we love Nancy. It's just too sweet, too beautiful, Mr. Rule told the judge. Our son giggles every time he sees the bunny, shrieks with excitement about the butterfly and really digs the watering can too. He covets his eyes like the little boy and his friend do and does peekaboo right along with it. In an effort to ensure his library is as diverse as the world, Hamdi has added a new favorite - the Harry Potter series. Thanks to Rachel Isadora for the photo.