CARRY ME
  • CARRY ME
  • CARRY ME
  • CARRY ME
  • CARRY ME

Carry Me

ISBN: 978-1-5952-180-8

Whether they are tucked in a blanket, peeking out of a basket, or wrapped in a parent's arms, babies worldwide are carried in unique ways. The simple, rhyming text and beautiful photographs in this board book introduce children to the ways their global neighbors travel. Part of the Babies Everywhere™ series.

5 3/4"x 5 3/4",  
20 pages,  
ages 0-2, 
This title is available in:
French/English
Portuguese/English
Spanish/English
Vietnamese/English
Chinese/English
Hmong/English
$6.99
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CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
Vocabulary development, building awareness of cultural diversity and similarity, observing human activities

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Carry Me

Star Bright Books is a premier publisher of board books for preschoolers. Three of their newest titles by children's author Rena D. Grossman are especially deserving of attention. "Families" (9781595721761, $6.95) showcases beautifully photographed images of human and animal families affectionately caring for their young offspring. "Carry Me" (9781595721808, $6.95) is a charming introduction on how babies in different places around the world are carried by their parents in unique ways. "Eating The Rainbow" (9781595721747, $6.95) is perfect for teaching preschool children the names and colors of commonly encountered fruits, vegetables, and nuts. In all three of these outstanding board books (suitable for very young fingers!) the colorful photographs are accompanied by simple (often just one-word) captions. This is an ideal and entertainingly informative trilogy which is imminently suitable and enthusiastically recommended for family, preschool, daycare, kindergarten, and community library board book collections.

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Carry Me

Whether they are tucked in a blanket, peeking out of a basket, or wrapped in a parent's arms, babies worldwide are carried in unique ways. The simple, rhyming text and beautiful photographs in this board book introduce children to the ways their global neighbors travel. Part of the Babies Everywhere™ series.

Write your review