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Hello Toes! Hello Feet!

Hello Toes Hello Feet At last paperback versions of all time favorite children s books from Dorling Kindersley Every young reader will find something fascinating on this exciting list from cheerful toddler story books to c

  • Title: Hello Toes! Hello Feet!
  • Author: Ann Whitford Paul Nadine Bernard Westcott
  • ISBN: 9780789426642
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • At last paperback versions of all time favorite children s books from Dorling Kindersley Every young reader will find something fascinating on this exciting list from cheerful toddler story books to charming picture books Affordable prices and outstanding quality make Dorling Kindersley Paperbacks the perfect choice for helping children read every day.

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      Published :2018-09-11T15:28:19+00:00

    1 thought on “Hello Toes! Hello Feet!

    1. This is a fun book for both parent and child to read together. This is another favorite at our house;it has a wonderful fun and engaging rhyming story.

    2. This was a cute book but it felt kind of long and I was kind of put off by the girl's obsession with her feet. I know it's a kid's book but it was kind of weird. My daughter didn't want to read it more than once either.

    3. This is a book about all of the things that feet do! They kick, they stomp, they squish into mud's a great book to introduce kids to their feet and to talk about all of the things feet can do. The pictures tell a lot more than the words do in the story, which is great for dialogic reading.

    4. This book shows children the part of the feet and toes play in your everyday life. It helps children learn about their parts of the body.The illustration is also colorful and bright.

    5. Occasionally awkward rhymes and breaks that don't seem to be in quite the right place distract from this otherwise fun book tracing a girl's day and all the things her feet do.

    6. This book follows a young girl's day, specifically focusing on how she needs her feet to get through her day's adventure.

    7. A colorful book about a little girl who tells the reader where her toes and feet travel to and what they do. The rhyme gives it a spunk.

    8. Written with verse and cute early picture book. Like the set up and the small amount of text and cute pictures. This is one to read aloud to little kids. I love the child swinging and pointing her toes up to the sky. I like the font used for the type in the book. Illustrator was Nadine Bernard Westcott.

    9. Its story, language, and pictures all lack charm. For my audience, the privilege of umpteen pairs of shoes is insulting.

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