Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?

Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? From Eric Carle, The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Very Hungry Caterpillar And The Grouchy Ladybug, Comes A Reassuring Tale Of A Mother S Love For Her ChildDoes A Kangaroo Have A Mother, Too Answers Curious Kids Who Wonder Whether Lions, Bears, And Monkeys Have Mothers, Too Bright Collage Illustrations And Simple Text Reinforce The Theme That Everyone Has A Mother, And Every Mother Loves Her ChildMeet The Little Joey Bouncing In Mother Kangaroo S Pouch Watch Little Cubs Prance Around Mother Lion Swim With A Baby Dolphin Calf In The Deep Blue Sea Eric Carle S Classic, Colorful Collages Of Baby Animals And Their Mothers Will Delight And Comfort Young ReadersDoes A Kangaroo Have A Mother, Too Is A Warm And Approachable Book To Use In The Classroom, To Cuddle Up Reading With A Little One, And To Give As A Baby Shower Or Mother S Day Gift

Eric Carle born June 25, 1929 is a children s book author and illustrator, most famous for his book The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which has been translated into over 30 languages Since The Very Hungry Caterpillar was published in 1969, Eric Carle has illustrated than seventy books, many best sellers, most of which he also wrote, and than 71 million copies of his books have sold around

➵ [Reading] ➷ Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too? By Eric Carle ➪ – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?
  • Eric Carle
  • English
  • 15 March 2017
  • 9780060287689

10 thoughts on “Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?

  1. says:

    This is kid s book about how every animal in the world has a mother than loves them just like every kid Only not every kid has a mom Or is able to be with their mom Reading this to small fry, who lives with us because he currently CAN T live with his mom was not fine He did like the picture of the author in the back.Particularly his beard Because he looks like an outdoor man, Kaylin

  2. says:

    Love the Carle artwork, but mourn the missed opportunity to teach the names of young animals It needs to be in the book text, not just the afterword.

  3. says:

    Parents don t do it to yourself, avoid this book if at all possible.Mindnumbingly boring text the same question and answer 12 times over The illustrations are typical Eric Carle I m not a fan of his illustrative style, but many other people love it.The final page gives a list of the names of babies, parents and groups of the animals featured in the book I remember loving these factoids when I was a child, but who can be bothered learning all the terms of venery when your an adult the only exception being if they are particularly amusing, and even then, lets face it, they aren t a particularly good joke If you read this you will forever have to call a female kangaroo a flyer in front of your children Who uses these terms Noone Your child, if given the opportunity, will invariably love it requesting it be read every night before bed Oh, the humanity

  4. says:

    4 stars for helping Ian figure out that yes and no are two different answers.

  5. says:

    Decent use of repetition, awesome art, and a solid glossary.

  6. says:

    The colors in this book is catching to the eye I enjoyed reading it to my little ones when they were small It introduces different animals and their moms This book is written with simple loving language that is great for the little in anyone s lives.

  7. says:

    This is a simple book that asks readers a question every other page, following the format of the title A different animal is substituted each time and a rhyme scheme is developed to keep the rhythm of the book flowing along The book ends by tying the question back to the reader by saying YES YES Of course they do Animal mothers love their babies just as yours loves you This predictable format is what makes this a picture book and it is very easy for small children to follow along.This book could be integrated into a classroom of lower elementary students perhaps for a Mother s Day themed lesson or to comfort students who have separation anxiety at the beginning of the school year It could also be used effectively to teach children about rhyme and rhythm in writing.

  8. says:

    Basic Plot Question and response for small children.My 18 month old son LOVES this book The repetition gets old kinda quick for adults, but toddlers love it, and that s enough for me to continue to read it to him and not hide it behind the bookshelf Nodding yes was one of the first responses my son learned to give, and he was really excited that he knew what was coming in the book he could nod that yes, whatever animal does have a mother, too He would get very excited about that I also like the little glossary in the back of the names for animal moms, dads, and babies it s a way to add interaction with the book and pictures beyond the text..

  9. says:

    MART interesting experience, with my 1st grade reader Since I don t read Spanish, I told him we d have to make up a story to go along with the pictures He liked the animals that seem the strongest and most fierce Making up a story with him was fun We alternated pages He didn t believe it was about mother animals even when I showed him the recognizable words.

  10. says:

    A little too long, it has nice pictures and introduces children to the concept that animals are part of families too.

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