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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Summer Reading - Seven Hungry Babies


Seven Hungry Babies by Candace Fleming and illustrated by Eugene Yelchin, is a hit in our house. Its a fun summer read as baby birds hatch from their eggs, and are of course VERY HUNGRY. Lucky for them Mamma Bird is ready and waiting to feed them, one by one by one by one...Until exhausted Mamma Bird has seven full sleeping chicks and ready to relax herself. But of course there's no chance of that as the babies awake, ready for more food. But don't worry this is one smart Mamma Bird!

This book had us giggling and counting up the sleeping chicks versus the chicks still needing fed. It's a great read to introduce early math concepts of counting, adding and subtracting. Cartoon illustrations accompany the text and are vibrant and fun. They will definitly will hold your little one's attention.

9 comments:

  1. Looks like a good book! I'm hopping in from iFellowship btw! :D

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  2. Thanks for joining in iFellowship. We hope you have a wonderful and blessed day.

    Meghan
    www.thetuckerstaketennessee.com
    www.seedsoffaithwomen.com

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  3. Visiting from iFellowship today. Cute blog!

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  4. Hi! Visiting from iFellowship!

    Have a great Wednesday! :)

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  5. This book looks so cute!

    Thanks for stopping by the other day and for your great feedback.

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  6. I haven't been here before - I homeschool and with some friend create The Homeschool Village - we do a Thursday meme at my blog.

    Stef
    iFellowship

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  7. Cute... thanks for the recommendation.
    So glad you stopped by my neck of the woods yesterday... come anytime.

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  8. Thanks for stopping by! I love books, so look forward to reading more. Following you! =)

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  9. I love your review of children's books. Last year at my calligraphy guild's last mtg of the year, I inadvertently picked up an art book that had been written for adults (really) in children's format--anyway, they loved the book so much that I was asked to read them another book this year. So tomorrow I will be reading, "Love You Forever"--one of my all-time favorites. I can never get enough of children's books--I guess I am a child at heart! Thanks for sharing all of these.

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