Your little arms and legs move just like you are a baby monkey climbing into the leafy branches of a tree. But you are not a monkey.Your nose twitches and your mouth moves as though you are a bunny sniffing the garden air. But you are not a bunny....
|Title||:||Sometimes We Think You Are A Monkey|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Sometimes We Think You Are A Monkey Reviews
Adorable, I really liked reading this to my niece.
David laughed at every page! (Probably too young to realize what he's doing but it was still adorable)
Elegant illustrations and lovely poems-like text about animal babies.
The language was too advanced for children and awkward rhythmically, making this ill-suited for read-alouds. It was one of those narratives that are more for the parent to identify with than the child, all about the wonder of a new baby, but with too much sticky sugar and not enough fun or storyline. The illustrations seemed off or poorly done as well. Pass on this one.
Cute, but way too Christian of a world view
Age: BabiesA sweet guessing game that would be perfect for an older sibling to share with baby. Lots of body identification for touching and moving with baby. Will read in storytime!
A variation of "Quick as a Cricket" by Audrey Wood, and will be enjoyed as parents of preschoolers embrace the wonderfulness of their children. The text in "Quick as a Cricket" is simpler but has more of a rhythm when reading it aloud. "Sometimes..." will be perfect for laptime snuggling & reading!Colorful but soft two-page spreads invite readers to guess what the next animal will be.
The illustrations looked a little slapdash. The story was very basic, all about adoring your baby. Gross. (Just kidding)
Super sweet book perfect for newborns. I wish it were a board book.
Beautiful illustrations and so so sweet!