She brings it to us to read multiple times a day.
Young children will love Hands Can, with its simple, rhyming text, bright colors and delightful photographs depicting children having fun with their hands.
She also gets very excited when she sees the last photo which is a baby boy waving hand for bye bye.
My toddlers love this book. They've made up hand morons to go along with the text. Super cute.Published 24 days ago by jennifer pester
I love this book. The words are fantastic. Our daughter loves it.
The images aren't the greatest quality, but I can look past it. Read more
Fantastic book, our 14 mos. learned how to clap and do a lot of other movements by looking at the pictures of children in this book.Published 5 months ago by Kristin M.
I enjoy reading this book to my son. It has cute photographs of real children doing cool things with their hands. We like it.Published 7 months ago by Anna
I purchased this book together with Global Babies and American Babies (Global Fund for Children Books) when my daughter started saying "bebe" and pointing to it whenever... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I use this book as part of a pattern book unit of study in my kindergarten class. The students love the pictures and easy readability of the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Allison Lukowski
Great book for little hands. My granddaughter loves looking at the pictures! A must for all little ones. Simple words and pictures.Published 19 months ago by elveron
What a wonderful children's book! My 20 month old daughter was introduced to this book at daycare, where it quickly became a favorite with all the children in the room. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Suzie Q
We bought this book for our 21 month old daughter. She hasn't taken to it yet, and I can't decide if it's too simple, or if she just isn't interested. Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by ChicagoMom