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Whose Knees are These? Board book – March 1, 2006
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About the Author
LeUyen Pham was born in Saigon, Vietnam and grew up in Southern California. She attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA where she earned a degree in Illustration. LeUyen worked as a layout artist for Dreamworks before illustrating children's books full-time. She has illustrated over a dozen books.
Top Customer Reviews
WHOSE KNEES ARE THESE is an engaging celebration of individuality. The fun, rhyming language, and the overall simplicity of the story itself make it perfect for the target age group. In addition to celebrating uniqueness, the book promotes body awareness, introduces the concept of left and right, and encourages positive self-image and familial bonds. Toddlers, who often enjoy reading the same book over and over, can quickly pick up the book's content, and may even chose to "read" it to their parents.
Reviewed by Stacey Seay
of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
I also bought whose toes are those for her and it's one of her favorites. The book uses cute rhyming and simple vocab and it's great for toddler to early elementary age, and it's a durable board book
Both my nephew and daughter choose the book to be read to them over others often, so I really believe they feel like the book is about them. The little girl in the "Whose Toes Are Those" book is a brown biracial girl, like my daughter, but again it would be suitable for any child, as it's not about race. If you are looking for a book that will look like your dear brown skinned Asian, African, or Hispanic girl that book would be great.
Similarly beautiful and worthy of adding to your collection is Whose Toes Are Those by the same author.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great children's book. Would also recommend the book WHOSE TOES ATE THOSE by the same author.Published 4 months ago by Linda Littlejohn
We love this book! My one year old knows to go grab it every time I ask "Whose Knees?" It is definitely a delightful book.Published 4 months ago by Sasha M
ADORABLE. LOVE LOVE LOVE. good condition from seller, my brown baby loves itPublished 4 months ago by Abbey Autry
Myson loves this book. It is an easy fun read to enforce his specialness.Published 5 months ago by Nicholas J. Higgins
My son received this book as a 1st birthday gift and it quickly became his favorite book. I love seeing a little guy that looks like him in the illustrations.Published 5 months ago by Gigi1913
Love it!! Giving books as Christmas gifts to my nieces and nephews. It is important that our children, grow up, reading books with characters that looks like, and have hair, just... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer