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Telling the Time by
Call Number: JP Aliki
Publication Date: 2004-12-01
Children love to explore. Each day brings new sights and sounds, new things to smell and taste and touch . Aliki's simple text and cheerful art in this enlarged edition introduce very young children to the wonder of the five senses and all they reveal about the world around us.
Little Rabbits' First Time Book by
Call Number: JP Baker
Publication Date: 1999-09-01
'Tick-tock, it's 8 o'clock. Wake up, Little Rabbits! It's time for breakfast. Rise and shine!' White Rabbit, Brown Rabbit, and Black and White Rabbit can't waste any time this morning. Their good friend Gray Rabbit is coming to visit and there's plenty to do! Will the Little Rabbits have time to clean the house, do the shopping, and make a special surprise dinner all before Gray Rabbit arrives? Young children will enjoy moving the hands on the clock on every colorful spread as they learn to associate the time of day with each of the Little Rabbits' activities. The Little Rabbits' busy schedule - getting up, having breakfast, and going shopping - is reassuringly familiar to young children and gently introduces the concept of time into their world. Alan Baker's lively art includes dozens of brightly colored everyday objects for children to point to and talk about with their parents. On each spread, clear instructions explain how to move the clock hands to match the time shown on both traditional and digital clock faces, while simple questions help parents reinforce newly learned skills, and build confidence in every child.
It's about Time! by
Publication Date: 2005-03-01
It's About Time. . . . . . to wake up. . . . to learn, to play, to read. . . . to cuddle up in the blankets and to dream. A twenty-four -- hour day is full of great things to do! Endearing illustrations depicting things kids do every day make this an easy introduction to the skill of telling time, perfect for very young readers.