Little Baby Buttercup

In this delightful love letter to a growing child, Linda Ashman and You Byun celebrate the magic of those fleeting days of early childhood Their lively read aloud shows the delight to be found in the world of a toddler Every day brings new milestones and adventure and little Buttercup is eager to reach out and experience it all, while her mother is always eager to reachIn this delightful love letter to a growing child, Linda Ashman and You Byun celebrate the magic of those fleeting days of early childhood Their lively read aloud shows the delight to be found in the world of a toddler Every day brings new milestones and adventure and little Buttercup is eager to reach out and experience it all, while her mother is always eager to reach out with a hug Rhyming text captures a mother and baby s joy in their shared time, and charming paintings make all the moments both quiet and boisterous shine.
Little Baby Buttercup In this delightful love letter to a growing child Linda Ashman and You Byun celebrate the magic of those fleeting days of early childhood Their lively read aloud shows the delight to be found in the

  • Title: Little Baby Buttercup
  • Author: Linda Ashman You Byun
  • ISBN: 9780399167638
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Little Baby Buttercup”

    1. This has got to be one of the cutest toddler books I’ve ever read. Little Baby Buttercup (Nancy Paulsen Books, 2015) is a “Mommy and Me” story about daily activities and growing up. Readers will join Buttercup, as she eats, plays with blocks, “helps” her mother in the garden, and explores the outside world of nature and busy people around her.Author Linda Ashman tells the story using bouncy rhymes that are simple and fun, propelling the story forward. The vocabulary presents a few oppo [...]

    2. Love the title and illustrations! Easy words that rhyme. Great book for beginner readers. Love all the activity! Good entertaining story time read for pre-k, kindergarten and first grades.

    3. The rhyming verse and story about a mother's love for her little girl is sweet and tender and soothing to read. I love the colorful illustrations and Linda's rhyme and meter in the text. I recommend this as a family read aloud.

    4. Using lilting rhyme and meter, author Linda Ashman shares with us a letter from a mother to her baby as the baby grows. It is sweet and endearing just like the illustrations from You Byun. Published as a Nancy Paulsen Book.#PB #baby #rhyme

    5. The life of a toddler is explored in this loving picture book that celebrates all of the small moments that make up a busy toddler day. Written in bouncy rhyme, the book matches the endless energy of a small child. From waking up to hugs and moving on through the day to bedtime, the day is filled with activity. Some is as simple as eating and wearing some of the food. Others are visits to the park and meeting friends there. There is even a skinned knee on the playground and some rain to add a li [...]

    6. This book is about a mother and baby relationship. The mother is always awaiting a hug from her baby. This book shows the child in both quiet and boisterous phases of growing up and the whole time the mother shows her love. Illustrations appear to be done in colored pencilI think this book was very sweet and innocent. It shows the undying love that a mother has for her baby. I think this book is a great read aloud for a family to do but I do not see it being used in the classroom.

    7. I won this book in a giveawayank you.This is an adorable book that I read to my grand-daughter Anna who LOVES it!!! It's a great rhyming story about a toddler and mom with lovely illustrations. It's a wonderful book and a terrific addition to your child's library. I highly recommend.

    8. This watercolored picturebook for toddlers shows the delights of a toddler's day. It is very sweet with lively illustrations that lean to a slight anime-feel with the rosy cheeks. This book actually runs a little long for a toddler read aloud, but some selective skipping will make it quite effective and fun.A 3.5/5.

    9. Age: Infant-PreschoolFamily: Mother, daughterNothing groundbreaking, but Ashman presents a lyrical mother's reverence to her growing daughter with text that is just the right amount of sweet without going overboard. Kids will love hearing the repetition of "little baby buttercup."

    10. Sounds just like All the World - same trite, predictable rhymes. A lot of the pictures are of the same kinds of things, too. Matte feel of the paper doesn't work so well.

    11. 4.25 starsThis was a lovely baby and mother story. Well written with cute picturesIt makes me all squishy inside in a good wayJust enjoyed this one! I can just see my poor mom doing all these things when I was a babyeven though she 4 other children to worry about when I was baby!

    12. A day in the life of a toddler. Cute illustrations. Lots of love between mother and childAll About MeMother's DayToddlers

    13. Very cute little book for toddlers. My daughter and I really enjoyed reading it before nap time. The illustrations are very well done, the characters fun, and the story simple yet sweet.

    14. This is an adorable Mommy/child book. The pictures show all the things Moms and children do together. The text is sing-songy sweet. It a feel good book.

    15. It's a bit saccharin, but the illustrations are really sweet and the story will make a nice shared time between moms and their baby girls.

    16. The book describes the kind of sweet perfect day every mother wishes she could have with her adorable toddler.

    17. Charming pictures with rhyming text celebrates a toddler spending time with her mommy. There are learning experiences everywhere. This is a great book for Baby or Toddler library storytime.

    18. Rhyming picture book goes through the active day of a toddler.This is not a "letter" as the description says.

    19. A little busy and little long for storytime, but I think it's wonderful for one on one reads.cially because you can start and stop and come back and not lose a lot of narrative.

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