So what is up to? That is what we are left wondering when we get to the end of the book, but throughout the story the children’s imagination is fed and inspired. From pages with almost nothing on a it to busy pages with baboons and giraffes our goal is to think about what is on top of the cheeky ladder.
What I love about being a Librarian and working in a library is that you come across gorgeous books such as this one. It is books like this one that I find very endearing to read to children
Today is not really a book review as such, but questions really. I’m curious what others thoughts are about this book. The Facts: The book
Between the ages of 0-5, babies and children are absorbing information all the time because their brains are developing at a rapid pace, and that is why librarians encourage you to read, sing songs and rhymes to your children including babies
“Trumpets tooting, cannon shooting, Music playing, horses neighing, flags are flapping, children clapping”.
Fun! Fun! and more Fun!
Some books don’t need words because sometimes the illustrations are so beautiful and intricate that the story speaks for itself and this is what Kate Prendergast has achieved in her book Dog One a Train.