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With this rhyming, poignant (in a cartoonish way) tale, Giles Andreae, author of Rumble in the Jungle, and numerous other picture books, shows insecure young readers that everyone can be wonderful, even those that march to the beat of a different cricket. The rhymes are somewhat awkward, but the bold, bright watercolors by Guy Parker-Rees will invite readers to kick up their heels and find their own internal harmony. (Ages 3 to 6) --Emilie Coulter
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This book entitled “Giraffes Can’t Dance” is for my children.
I use it before they sleep.
They always want me to read bedtime stories. Read more
This book is absolutely wonderful. Easy to read and captivating with its story and illustrations.Published 2 days ago by Heather9999
My great granddaughter loved this book. Made her laugh. She is going to first grade so her grandfather read it to her.Published 3 days ago by Leonard Nazzario
This is the household favorite of grandkids and their parents, and us grandparents in all 4 households!!!!Published 3 days ago by mr
We got this book as a gift and then I gave it to my nephew and it is so adorable about Gerald the giraffe and about being a little different.Published 5 days ago by CDorian
good lesson, great pictures, fun wording. the book almost reads like a song. one of my daughter's favorites.Published 7 days ago by Luckeyhat18
Adorable, clever, gentle book. So nice to read to my granddaughter. She loves the story and the beautiful detailed drawings. Great message.... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Minot8