The Very Busy Spider's Favorite Words

Kids will love flipping through these chunky board books These two mini board books are children s first steps to reading Eric Carle books on their own Each book shows ten images and ten easy words from one of Eric Carle s classic Very books First time readers will love to learn these words and pictures and then find them later in the original picture books
The Very Busy Spider s Favorite Words Kids will love flipping through these chunky board books These two mini board books are children s first steps to reading Eric Carle books on their own Each book shows ten images and ten easy words fr

  • Title: The Very Busy Spider's Favorite Words
  • Author: Eric Carle
  • ISBN: 9780448447032
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Board Book
  • 1 thought on “The Very Busy Spider's Favorite Words”

    1. I'm trying to keep track of my baby's favorite books and I keep forgetting to review this one because I don't always think of it as a book. It's a tiny little book, but the really fat pages make it almost feel like a toy. I carry this one with me wherever we go as it will entertain my son for longer periods of time. The fact that it's small and chunky means he has been able to flip through the pages by himself long before he could turn the pages of a typical board book. This is a nice catalog of [...]

    2. I liked this book even less than The Very Hungry Caterpillar's Favorite Words. There was no pairing of nouns such as there was in The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The only real delight in this series is Eric Carle's illustrations, but those are even more delightful when paired with a background rather than being an isolated figure. Other than that, I can praise their small size, just right for a young toddler's hands.Re-reading this book this October, I think maybe that first review was a tiny bit h [...]

    3. Interesting drawings. Simple. No story. Just a word learning book. Good for young child learning words, not one that needs a story. Nice animal focus.

    4. This book was hard to rate and review. The book was very very small and seemed like it could easily be pulled or fall apart. I'm not sure what age group this particular book could even be grouped in.

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