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I Went Walking Board book – April 1, 1996
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Top Customer Reviews
The repetition of the story makes it easy to read and easy for an older child to learn, and yet isn't the kind of repetition that drives parents wild. As the child gets older, you can drop words and let them "fill in the blank" as they look at the pictures to identify both the animals and the animals' colors.
When I was a Nanny my charge and I adored this book and read it at least a hundred times. Now that I am home with my own son, I bought the book for him and he loves it too!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of my favorites. I enjoy giving this book as a gift along with the animals in the story so that children may recreate the story.Published 2 months ago by karen
My twins love this story, and I enjoy reading it to them too.Published 2 months ago by Kristen Carmen
One of my son's favorite books! He's loved it since he was a baby and now reads it to me at 4.Published 2 months ago by K. Webster
Excellent book....ordered for a disabled child whose first copy was totally torn from constant use.Published 2 months ago by Mimada05
Another one of those books I want impressed with I the beginning. Now it had grown on me and welove making animal sounds as we read and point out the different animals.Published 4 months ago by Guli
Story line not entertaining and the caricatures are weirdly drawn.Published 8 months ago by DrJagger