" Babies, Toddlers, phonological awareness, repetition, body parts, books-to-sing. " Lucy said.
" This book has gotten both my kids going with learning to say the parts of the body, as well as teaching them one of their first songs. It's a favorite they pull off the shelf again and again. " Heidi said.
" Age range: 0-5ECRR:Vocabulary: body partsPhonological Awareness: repetitive and rhythmic " Haley Baker said.
" Such a cute book. The pictures are bright and whimsical. It's a great book to use during story time to get the children engaged. I love how you can continue to add on to the story. The kids always laughed when I included our tongues and bottoms. " Masumi said.
" All of Annie Kubler's board books are wonderful additions to any collection. These are nursery action rhymes that have been made into board books. Great for incorporating more singing and playing into your storytimes. " Brooke Newberry said.
" This is one of my daughters favorites...and has been since was probably a year old. We hadn't read this one in awhile but she thoroughly enjoyed it again when I read it last night. In fact, we sang/read it three times. :) " Michelle said.
" I heard this was a great board book and kept seeing it at play group, but Natalie never picked it up. When she finally did, I thought it was a nice illustration of the song. Cute babies and the words are spread out well. Natalie has always been a fan of this song so it was hard to go wrong. " jacky said.
" I really like these board books that are also songs- they are more fun to read but I wish the illustrations were more clear as to which body parts the character is touching to better reinforce the song. " Rachael said.