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Author by : Peter Linenthal Languange Used : en Release Date : 1998-09-01 Publisher by : Penguin ISBN : 9780399538803 File Size : 44,6 Mb Total Download : 223
Look, look! Children run, fish swim, stars shine . . . all for baby's eyes to see. This sturdy board book, full of high-contrast black-and-white cut-paper art perfect for staring at, is just the thing for the eyes of the youngest babies. A few words in curving red type on each spread describe the scenes -- a car races, a cat stretches, flowers bloom-- and extend the book's age appeal so that it will be fascinating to older babies, too. Striking and stylish, Look Look! is the ideal first board book for babies just beginning to look and learn.Peter Linenthal is an illustrator who has taught art
Author by : John Piper Languange Used : en Release Date : 1986 Publisher by : Multnomah Pub ISBN : 0880702214 File Size : 55,9 Mb Total Download : 322
Insightful & heart-warming, this classic book is written for those who seek to know God better. It unfolds life-impacting, biblical truths & has been called a "soul-stirring celebration of the pleasures of knowing God."
Author by : Robert N. Munsch Languange Used : en Release Date : 2008 Publisher by : Scholastic Canada ISBN : 9780545994316 File Size : 41,5 Mb Total Download : 301
A classic Munsch tale with a fresh new look! When Madison's grandma comes for a visit, they visit a face painter in the park. Madison doesn't want an ordinary picture on her face, though - not a scary face, not a regal tiger, not a delicate butterfly. Instead she asks the face painter for just one really real rose on her cheek. Then the family goes shopping . . . and suddenly the rose starts to GROW. "That's nice," says her dad as he looks at tools in the hardware store. "That's nice," says her mom as she looks at pots in the kitchen store. And at first Madison is intrigued by her amazing pain