1 edition of Where"s your nose? found in the catalog.
Where"s your nose?
Begin Smart (Firm)
Simple text invites the reader to join a teddy bear in touching toes, nose, knees, tummy, and ears. Includes note to parents.
|Other titles||Where is your nose?|
|Statement||[text by Begin Smart ; illustrations by Elliot Kreloff]|
|Contributions||Kreloff, Elliot, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B3882163 Wh 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010000587|
Family life. Crawford was born in Los Angeles, the son of Betty (née Megerlin) and Robert Lawrence Crawford Sr. His maternal grandparents were Belgian; his maternal grandfather was violinist Alfred Eugene Megerlin. In , Johnny, his older brother Robert L. Crawford Jr., a co-star of NBC's Laramie series, and their father Robert Sr. were all nominated for Emmy Awards . Can you find your nose, eyes, ears, mouth, and chin? Little ones will love learning about their faces and smiling into the mirror at the back of the book! Illustrations by Georgie Birkett Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 38 customer ratings. 5 star 74% /5(38).
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The overall content of the book is cute, but it's ruined by the very last page which is supposed to be a mirror reflecting your child's face so that they can find their own nose.
However, the "mirror" has the reflective quality of smoothed out aluminum foil, meaning that you can see something that is the shape of your face in it, but the 3/5(7). About Grosset & Dunlap.
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The book goes through a handful of body parts; first asking where it is and then stating a fact about it -like smelling with your nose and tasting with your mouth.
I like that it teaches the function of the body part. The pictures are simple, yet engaging. As far as I can tell, my son likes this Pudgy book just as much. Highly recommended/5(10). Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. The B&N Mastercard® 5% Back on All B&N Purchases.
Learn More. Barnes & Noble Café. Relax and Refuel. Visit BN Café. Become a B&N Member. Members Save Every Day. Learn More. Even though your baby won't understand the words, they will watch your face, listen and respond. Very gradually, they will begin to hear the words, and much later to understand and be able to say the words.
Here's a little rhyme to say to your baby. Where’s your nose. Here it is. (Touch their nose and kiss it.) I love your nose Very much.
Get this from a library. Where's your nose?. [Elliot Kreloff; Begin Smart (Firm)] -- Simple text invites the reader to join a teddy bear in touching toes, nose, knees, tummy, and.
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My Nose, Your Nose book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Melanie Walsh has once again created picture books for the young /5.
Join a host of adorable babies in this sturdy rhyming board book as they search through their clothes, under furniture, and just about everywhere. And then-surprise.
At the back there's a shiny Mylar mirror in which babies will be thrilled to discover their own noses/5.
Here's how to do it: Looking for a fun way to teach your child the parts of the body. Use this little ditty to get started — you probably already know the tune (or you can make one up as you go along): This is the way we touch our nose, touch our nose, touch our nose, this is the way we touch our nose, so early in the morning.
Where's Your Nose. Begin Smart Books. May 16 pages. This teddy bear touches his toes. Can you touch bear's toes. Where are your toes. This teddy bear touches his nose.
Can you touch bear's nose. Where is your nose?This Begin Smart book is recommended for babies six to twelve months. It's a touch-and-feel book too. This is such an adorable book.
You can really get enthusiastic reading this book to your child. My 13 month old and I have lots of fun with this book and he gets very excited at the end when he seems himself in the mylar mirror.5/5(3).
Where’s My Nose. By Susan Ring This rhyming book shows babies looking for their noses; among their clothes, on and under furniture. Some new words your baby might learn: nose, fingers, toes, face, hat, socks, door.
Before: • Help your baby become more aware of herself. Put a non-breakable mirror in front of her and point to her face. discussion, assisting the child in understanding and enjoying the book): 1. Have a conversation with your child about noses. Bring it up while interacting: “I smell dinner with my nose.” “I’m blowing my nose.” “I’m wiggling my nose.” 2.
Point to noses – yours, your child’s, the child on the cover, the noses of any pets. Definition of have nose in a book in the Idioms Dictionary. have nose in a book phrase. What does have nose in a book expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
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(informal) be reading something and giving it all your attention: She’s always got her nose. The nasal bridge is the upper, bony part of the human nose, which overlies the nasal bones. Dysmorphology. Low-rooted nasal bridges are closely associated with epicanthic folds.A lower nasal bridge is more likely to cause an epicanthic fold, and vice versa.
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