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Wheels on the Bus (Raffi Songs to Read) Paperback – March 10, 1990
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Stacey Schuett has both written and illustrated many wonderful, critically acclaimed picture books. The illustrator lives in northern California.
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When my daughter refuses to drink her milk, I'll turn to the page where the baby is happily drinking from the bottle, then she will take her cup and start drinking.
Try Raffi's CD as well. He sang the song to a cheerful tones with kids in the background - my daughter loves it.
I was not bothered by the baby getting a bottle at all. I breastfed my daughter, but she often got a bottle of pumped milk, especially when we were out and about.
The book brings the simple interactive song, The Wheels on the Bus" to life as each verse is wonderfully illustrated with artwork that captures a child's attention and provides LOTS of visual stimulation and teaching points. Vibrant colors, interesting people and actions make the beautifully simple song something you can sit down with your child and read over and over, pointing out new things...
We read the book, sing with the book, make the hand movements/gestures, go into detail about the vignettes presented in the back-story, use our imagination, object, action and color recognition, it's a great way to connect educationally and in a simple, entertaining way.
This book is up there with "Green Eggs and Ham" "You Are Special" "Guess How Much I Love You" and "Go Dog Go" as a key component of any young child's library.
Your decision should not be "if" I get this book for a child, but whether you get the board book, paper book, or both!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son loves this book. The illustrations are great & very detailed. It arrive is used condition just as described.Published 8 days ago by eenfiel
Great book. My grandson loves all animals on the bus, and the song with it. Reasonablely priced.Published 3 months ago by Susan
My son loves this song and I love that there is a book that we can sing along with.Published 3 months ago by Sara
Bought for a gift. I was disappointed in this version and thought it was overpriced.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer