- Belly Button Book! (Oversized Lap Edition) by Sandra Boynton, Board Book | Barnes & Noble®!
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- How I Got My Belly Button - 55.
Every page captivates with Sandra Boynton's inimitable illustrations and joyful rhyming text: Soon after dark, upon the beach, we sing a hippo song, and if you're feeling in the mood, we hope you'll sing along: "Belly Belly Button, you're oh so fine. Ooo, Belly Button, I'm so happy you're mine. About The Author. Customer Reviews of Belly Button Book. Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart.
Age of the child I gave this to:. Hours of Play:. Tell Us Where You Are:. Preview Your Review. Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Bedtime favourite. She continually asks to read these ones over and over again. Rated 5 out of 5 by MamaReader from Keeps reading it My three-year-old son reads it again, again and again. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Jonathan from Fun!
One of my favourite Boynton board books. It's one book my 9 month old has always enjoyed as well. Rated 5 out of 5 by Karen from Favorite I llike most of Sandra Boyton book, they often are easy flowing read. This is one of my favourite. Children and adults will enjoy this subject. Rated 5 out of 5 by Tammy from Bee-Bo Such a cute book. We still refer to belly buttons as bee-bo's. Rated 5 out of 5 by Loretta from Cute book My son loves this book. He likes to look for everyone's belly button! Rated 4 out of 5 by Karin from So addictive Bought this book for my little grand-daughter and she always wants me to read this book, over and over again.
She is always looking for everyone's belly button. Great book. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mama2booklovers from Love it! Such a fun book, especially the 'song' part!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kate from One of my favourites Such a cute rhyming story! All Sandra Boynton books are just so cute. Search for:. Do you read any books in particular in the fall? The illustrations are beautiful and the rhyme is great - and both will hold attention as you introduce this topic.
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Have you read this book? Do you have any other favorites for talking about immigration with kids? Exhibit A: Morning Assembly at the elementary school. Fortunately for younger siblings everywhere, cleverbooks. I brought this with to our last assembly and my daughter was thrilled. The stickers are the right size for her to peel them on her own and they clearly align with spaces in the book. Big thanks to Clever Publishing for sharing this one with us! With a bit of creative thinking, the girl comes up with a plan to help.
If you know someone experiencing memory loss, this would be a perfect book to pick up and share with them.
Big thanks to randomhousekids for sharing this one with me. Have any Halloween books made an appearance at your house yet? I got ours out a day or two ago and the kids were SO excited. My dad has been buying me Archie comics for as long as I can remember and they are one of my absolute best memories from my childhood. I am SO excited that a new generation will be able to grow up with these characters. For Archie fans and maybe those who only know of the universe from Riverdale on the CW! Huge thanks to Little Bee Books for making my Archie-loving day with this one! By talking with friends and relatives, she discovers that the island is inside of her.
Inspired by Lola, we crafted cityscapes and talked about New York City: the island my son was born on and left as a baby. Swipe to the end to see how our craft came out - and, of course, a look inside this amazing book. Want to win your choice of the Spanish or English edition? Leave a flag emoji representing where you have some family history or type it out! Tag a friend who might be interested in winning a book. One tag only, please! Not sponsored by Instagram, US residents only, 18 years and older, no giveaway accounts.
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All I want to do is curl up with a blanket and think fall vibes I may have teared up a bit with this one. It gives you a little more context for reading the book. Look at all of those beautiful shades of fall.
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If books like this one had been around, I would have been over the moon. In this book we get to join four of the top unicorn scientists working today to study unicorns! We cover everything from biology to unicorn types to habitat and homes, and we even get to see an unbearably cute baby unicorn! The illustrations are exactly as bright and fun as you would expect in a book about unicorns.
Huge thanks to randomhousekids for sharing this one with me. I moved there in to see if things would work out with a boy I really loved they did. New York gave me so many things: it opened my eyes to a larger world, to another way of life, to new friends and family. I miss New York immensely. It will always be such a big part of my life. Never forget. Oooh what a genius way to get kids interested in learning about animals! Make it about awards! I had actually forgotten the name of this creature and lo and behold, there it was in this book!
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This just came out on September 3rd so you can snag this one now! I am amazed, shocked, inspired. Seriously, even if you have no idea who he is, go find this one. There is so much inspiration in this book. Huge thanks to chroniclekidsbooks for sharing this book with me. Has anyone else read this stellar book?!?