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eBook Is Your Mama a Llama? ePub

eBook Is Your Mama a Llama? ePub

by Steven Kellogg,Deborah Guarino

  • ISBN: 0590259385
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Steven Kellogg,Deborah Guarino
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic; Brdbk edition (August 1, 1997)
  • ePub book: 1476 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1241 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 418

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A young llama asks his friends if their mamas are llamas and finds out, in rhyme, that their mothers are other types of animals. Is Your Mama A Llama? by. Deborah Guarino. A young llama asks his friends if their mamas are llamas and finds out, in rhyme, that their mothers are other types of animals. You can also read a copy of 'Is Your Mama A Llama?' by going to the International Children's Digital Library, a joint project of the Internet Archive and University Of Maryland.

Deborah Guarino,Steven Kellogg,Amy Madigan .

During this event Deborah did tandem readings of her book with Denver"s Mayor and Colorado"s state representative, who read the Spanish translation of the title while Deborah read the original version.

The book was apparently inspired by the author meeting a llama in Central Park petting zoo, which makes me immediately want to rush off to. .

The book was apparently inspired by the author meeting a llama in Central Park petting zoo, which makes me immediately want to rush off to New York to meet the llama in question, though I fear that animal is no longer of this world. I first became aware of the book when I spotted Allison DuBois (played by Patricia Arquette) reading it to her daughter in the television show Medium.

Author : Deborah Hopkinson Genre : Expository Nonfiction - Big question: what challenges do immigrants encounter?. ROOT WORDS -. what are root words?. words originating from latin (ancient rome) and greek. why is it important to learn. I see and I remember.

By Steven Kellogg, Deborah Guarino. lt;p Lloyd the llama is looking for his mama. amp;quot;Is your mama a llama?" he asks a bat, a swan, a cow, a seal, and a kangaroo. Is your mama a llama?" he asks a bat, a swan, a cow, a seal, and a kangaroo. Expand Product Details.

Download ppt "Words from Is Your Mama a Llama? by Deborah Guarino and Steven Kellogg. Similar presentations. The people Look for some people. 1. THE old woman 2. A nice man 3. A short friend 4. THE funny girls. TSI & Read Well Vocabulary.

Author: Deborah Guarino. Illustrator: Steven Kellogg. Genre: Predictable Book, Picture Book, Theme(s): Repeated/Patterned Phrase, Animals/Llamas, Family, Opening line/sentence: Is your mama a llama? I asked my friend Dave

Author: Deborah Guarino. Genre: Predictable Book, Picture Book, Theme(s): Repeated/Patterned Phrase, Animals/Llamas, Family, Opening line/sentence: Is your mama a llama? I asked my friend Dave. Brief Book Summary: A llama explores and visits his friends, asking them all, is your mama a llama? Each animal replies no, and explains why their mother is different than the llama’s mother. Finally, the llama asks another llama from the same herd and reunites to cuddle with the mama llama.

A sturdy board book edition of the classic favorite finds six lovable animals using humorous rhymes to help Lloyd the llama discover what kind of animal his mother is.

Comments

Lbe Lbe
I got this new. Nice book I purchase this book for my toddler boys (1 and 2yrs). Book is about a baby llama asking a bunch of other animals if their mom is a llama until he figures out only his mom is the llama. This book teaches the characteristics of the animals mentioned (a bat, swan, cow, seal, kangaroo, and the llama), great way for a toddler to learn about animals and what is special about them and discover new animals they may not know. Also has a little rhyme to it which is great for little children.Not a huge fan of the graphics it comes off to me a little dull but that maybe because for kids I love brightly colored images.
Shliffiana Shliffiana
My 5 month old grandson enjoys this book, but not as much as his "Brown Bear" books. They sing-song rhyming words are appealing, but the illustrations are not as eye catching as those in the Brown Bear books. Also, he likes to hold his books himself and these are a little bigger than the Brown Bear books so not quite as easy for his small hands. All in all a good book though.
Ral Ral
I love this book. Probably my all time favorite book to read to my 6 month old. My son was in the nicu for 4 days and at one point I went to take a 2 hour nap and came back to find my husband reading him this book so this book is very special to us. As soon as we brought him home we ordered it. Cute story, love all the rhyming.
Uste Uste
Such a cute book. Saw it at my brothers house and had to buy a copy for my son. Board book, which is great, and perfect size to hold for little hands. Just long enough without being too long. Gotta do the voices too. I find myself walking around work saying "is YOUR mama a llama
Ces Ces
What's not to LOVE about this book?! Our kids loved it, and now our grandchild does! (Great for teaching rhyming skills.)
Also, the book arrived quickly and in perfect condition. Very pleased with vendor!
Tcaruieb Tcaruieb
This is such a fun book! It's a bit of a story, so there is more reading than many other board books (which is what we were looking for). It all rhymes, which is nice. And it includes animals that are not typically found in other books like a seal, a kangaroo, and a llama (of course). I think this gives more diversity when trying to teach the kid animal names.
Prorahun Prorahun
I love, love, love this book and so does my son. He’s 10 months and doesn’t always have an attention span for books- but he loves this one and will climb in your lap when you read it! He also keeps handing to you when he wants to hear it again, and again. We have to read it so often I have it memorized but still love it! Cute book!
a gift for my grandson, this book is his mother's favorite as well as his. the rhymes and rhythm are outstanding, as are the illustrations and sentiment. excellent book for all ages!