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Who's Hungry?

Who s Hungry Children love feeding animals and now it s as easy as turning the page It s time to eat and all the animals are hungry Young readers can help feed them one by one with a simple turn of each vibrant

  • Title: Who's Hungry?
  • Author: Dean Hacohen Sherry Scharschmidt
  • ISBN: 9780763665869
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Children love feeding animals and now it s as easy as turning the page It s time to eat, and all the animals are hungry Young readers can help feed them, one by one, with a simple turn of each vibrant page Squirrel wants one of those acorns Here you go, Squirrel Monkey wants a banana You can give him one This vibrant novelty book is a delectable amusement for tots waChildren love feeding animals and now it s as easy as turning the page It s time to eat, and all the animals are hungry Young readers can help feed them, one by one, with a simple turn of each vibrant page Squirrel wants one of those acorns Here you go, Squirrel Monkey wants a banana You can give him one This vibrant novelty book is a delectable amusement for tots waiting on their own dinners.

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      Published :2019-01-26T02:30:52+00:00

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    1. A lift the flap book featuring various animals and the treats they love to eat. Color saturated perfect for your little ones. Each animal is an example of an animal that your child will come to know as part of their stories and zoo adventures.

    2. Perfect for a foodie-themed toddler-age storytime read aloud! Simple to follow and sweet, with lift the flaps to keep a young audience interested.

    3. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!(Note: A copy of these books was provided to The Baby Bookworm by the author in exchange for an honest review.)Hello, friends! We’re mixing things up a bit today and giving you two reviews in one: Tuck Me In! and Who’s Hungry?, both by Dean Hacohen and Sherry Scharschmidt, two adorable interactive books about bedtime and mealtime!The premise of each book is simple: the titles ask the questi [...]

    4. Simple story -- best as a 'learn your animals' kind of book. (i.e. What sound does a mouse make? What does a mouse eat? etc.) In that way this is for a younger one. The fun piece about this book is the 'moving pages' where you get to feed the animals.

    5. Not as delightfully cozy as Tuck Me In!, but still great for storytime. Especially good for smaller groups that can take turns flipping the half-pages to feed the animals.

    6. This book is utterly adorable. The illustrations are too cute, and children are invited to feed the animals by lifting the flaps. Perfect for a story time!

    7. The animals are hungry, feed them by turning over the flaps with their favorite foods drawn on them!Fun read for toddlers and PreK.

    8. Too gimmicky for my tastes with the half pages. Didn't seem sturdy enough for the age of kids who would have the story read to them. Story so so too.

    9. 3 1/2 stars. Dropped half a star because I felt that it was just a bit too long for its intended audience. Otherwise would say fantastic.

    10. Delightfully interactive flip-the-flap pages lets kids learn animal names and feed them their favorite foods. Fun for even the most finicky eaters!

    11. These make fabulous toddler storytime books. Tuck Me In has been a favorite for a long time and I'm sure this one will be, as well.

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