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Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes Hardcover – October 1, 2008
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The book includes all of the elements of appropriate books for young children. The story/text is simple and incorporates rhyme, repetition & interesting vocabulary. The illustrations are soft yet colorful & clear, subtly addressing similarities & differences.
The book provides opportunities to initiate discussions about numbers by counting the fingers, toes & babies. It also addresses social/emotional aspects of development by illustrating empathy & caring interpreted through the faces & actions of the characters.
I have yet to see anyone look at this book & not melt into the long "awe" we often hear when looking at something that truly touches our hearts.
We have the lap book version and I wish I had purchased Going to Bed in the same format. This version is neither to big nor to heavy. The larger size makes the pictures and the whole book more enjoyable.
While looking at other books by Mem Fox I noticed that this one had less than a five star rating. Upon reading the review that claims this book is to big for a 23 month old and that they may have to take their daughter to the ER because of immense weight of this book I couldn't let such nonsense sit there unrefuted to deter anyone from the best baby book in the perfect format. This book is about twice the width of the average baby book and little bit taller. It is thicker than most because of the padded cover, this extra thickness however is not heavy. This book does not ways about as much as two small board books. My son at 7 months old has no trouble turning pages, opening, or closing this book. At 7 months his hands are not yet big enough to hold this book on his own, though I don't doubt that he will be able to do so before 2 years of age.Read more ›
Although these two gifted women had "retired", this book, and the Baby World, is as fresh and light-hearted as these babies are. Focusing on the similarities rather than the differences, their message of peace is tenderly and subtly played. I can't wait to give this as a baby gift!
Ten Little Finger and Ten Little Toes is a celebration of babies everywhere. City babies, country babies, sick babies, and well babies, all over the world. And the ten little fingers and ten little toes they all come with.
The pictures are adorable, the text is cute, and the book held the attention of my six-year-old (who loves babies) and my three-year-old equally well. Both of them wanted the book read over and over and liked looking at the pictures.
If you have a child or grandchild about one- to four-years-old, don't miss Ten Little Finger a It is sure to entertain little ones with both the text and the pictures on the 40 page hardcover book.
Armchair Interviews says: A real charmer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Adorable book. Got it for a friend's newborn baby. The book is of high quality and cute gift idea for a mom to be.Published 10 days ago by BCP
It is such a sweet book! I love the cultural diversity. The pictures are adorable. Love all the different cultures of children portrayed and that even though we are all made... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Connie Marshall
My 1 year old son loves it when I read it to him. It is simple but has a very lovely story.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
So sweet, so cute. Gives one just another excuse to kiss their adorable infants. :) Illustrations are beautifully drawn and time-less. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen Sanders
A great book to read with infants. Lots of repetition and a bonding experiencePublished 2 months ago by TeachPet