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eBook Whose Hat? ePub

by Margaret Miller

  • ISBN: 0688152791
  • Category: Education and Reference
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Margaret Miller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mulberry Books (April 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 40
  • ePub book: 1376 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1291 kb
  • Other: lit docx doc mbr
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 346

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Hats and more hats! But whose hats are they? From a chef to a fire fighter, youngsters will enjoy guessing the professions of each hat owner.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Striking photographs first show the owner of the hat and then capture the excitement of a child trying it on. A good concept. The book's effectiveness lies in its simplicity: a series of nine spreads of four pages each reveals the object identifications and concepts

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Guess whose shoe! Ballet dancers, hockey players, clowns, babies, and horses are just some of the people (and animals) who wear distinctive footgear. The book's effectiveness lies in its simplicity: a series of nine spreads of four pages each reveals the object identifications and concepts. Whose shoe?" begins each sequence; in the first, the words face a photo of a black-and-white baseball shoe. The overleaf reveals a full-page photo of a player in the batter's box opposite a page containing the words "baseball player" and a preschool boy in a Mets outfit trying to swing a bat.

Presents color photographs of hats that represent various occupations including a chef's cap, construction worker's helmet, magician's hat, and a firemans's hat.

Abse, who dabbled in psychoanalysis, wrote a provocative biography, Margaret, Daughter of Beatrice, in. .It was a weird book that said more about its author than its subject. There may be a simpler explanation of the Roberts family dynamics than Abse’s Freudian obscurantism.

Abse, who dabbled in psychoanalysis, wrote a provocative biography, Margaret, Daughter of Beatrice, in 1989, in which he examined the history of the 1980s through the prism of this relationship, or lack of a relationship, between mother and daughter. Margaret had an older sister, Muriel, who avoided publicity all her life, and is also left out of the memoirs and Who’s Who. Young siblings fight for adult attention.

Margaret Miller - the complete book list Babies (and their older siblings) will have a wonderful time figuring out who wears the various shoe.

Margaret Miller - the complete book list. As she did in Now I'm Big and Can You Guess?, Margaret Miller again creates a world of fun and learning with her lens Baby Faces.

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Margaret Ellis Millar (née Sturm) (February 5, 1915 – March 26, 1994) was an American-Canadian mystery and suspense writer. Born in Berlin, Ontario, (the city would change its name to Kitchener in 1916), she was educated at the Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate Institute and the University of Toronto. She moved to the United States after marrying Kenneth Millar (better known under the pen name Ross Macdonald)

Presents color photographs of hats that represent various occupations including a chef's cap, construction worker's helmet, magician's hat, and a firemans's hat.

Comments

Gold as Heart Gold as Heart
Try reading this book to any age kids--even preschoolers--and asking a child to play A-E-G on the xylphone every time you read "Whose hat?" The kids like it!
Nikobar Nikobar
As a school speech-language clinician, this book is the best resource I've found for teaching kids vocabulary related to occupations and -s endings for possessives. For example, you ask "Whose hat?" and the children enthusiatically answer "the fireman's hat!"