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Age: Toddlers

 

 
2004 Awards
Are Elephants Tiny?
(DK $6.99 Score:) This is one of a series of four small books that invite giggles and loud No, No, No's! Each new item is introduced with a silly question- turn the page for the correct answer. Bold graphics and cut-out windows or see-though turn pages offer upside down humor that toddlers and young preschoolers enjoy. Other titles in the series.. Are Eggs Square? ; Are Lemons Blue?; Do Cows Bark? 18 months & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2004.

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2004 Award
Are Lemons Blue?
(DK $6.99 Score:) This is one of a series of four small books that invite giggles and loud No, No, No's! Each new item is introduced with a silly question- turn the page for the correct answer. Bold graphics and cut-out windows or see-though turn pages offer upside down humor that toddlers and young preschoolers enjoy. Other titles in the series.. Are Eggs Square? ; Are Elephants Tiny?; Do Cows Bark? 18 months & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2004.

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2004 Award
Baby Genius Colors, Numbers & Baby Animals
(DK $7.99 Score:) Arrived too late for our book, but here is a new boardbook series for talking and looking at together. The Color book has no confusing other colors on most pages- so toddlers will get a "Gestalt" of what is red, blue, etc. Their number book goes only to five- perfect for beginners, though some of the images are a bit fuzzy; Baby Animals show the same animal in multiple poses- so there's lots to talk about. There's also a shape book, but we think this is a concept for older tots- not those who are barely talking yet. 6 months & up.

Age: Infants,Toddlers. Award Year: 2004.

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2004 Award
Guess Who, Baby Duck!
(by Amy Hest/ illus. by Jill Barton, Candlewick $14.99 Score:) Baby Duck has a cold and as always, Grandpa Duck is there to cheer her up. This time Grandpa brings a book along thatís all about Baby Duck. After sharing this book it would be fun to use family photos to make a book of your little oneís own. Newest in a charming series featuring Baby Duck and Grandpa-who always knows just how to cheer up his little one. 2 & up.

Age: Toddlers,Preschool. Award Year: 2004.

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2004 Award
How Many Kisses Do You Want Tonight?
(by Varsha Bajaj/ illus. by Ivan Bates, Little Brown $15.95 Score:) From one to ten and beyond, here is a sweet good night book that is more about love than counting or numbers. Told in lilting verse, each animal parent gives his or her animal child the requisite number of kisses along with proper animal sounds. The progression follows the sequence of numbers that children may enjoy counting out. Of course, you might not get them to sleep when the little girl wants one hundred and the little boy asks for a million! Delightful illustrations add much to the spirit of this bedtime goodie! 2 1/2-5.

Age: Toddlers,Preschool,Early School Years. Award Year: 2004.

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Cluck, Cluck Whos There?
(by Caroline Jayne Church/ illus. by James Maghew, Scholastic $9.95 Score:) A simple counting book with three chicks that hatch from under lift-up flaps. More of a novelty item than a book that will hold continued interest.

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2004 Award
Me Baby You Baby
( by Ashley Wolff, Dutton $14.99 Score:) Two toddlers awake in their own homes and side by side on facing pages we see them set off with their mothers to the zoo where they meet. Told in zippy rhyme that practically dances along this lively slice-of-life story travels full circle home again where the two are tucked in for the night. 2 & up.

Age: Toddlers,Preschool. Award Year: 2004.

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2005 Award
A Lovely Day for Amelia Goose
(Yu Rong, Candlewick $14 Score:) Amelia is a happy-go-lucky goose out to spend the day with her friend Frog. They play hide-and-seek and hang out on the log. Rong's illustrations are playfully crisp and pleasing. A good first storybook. 2 & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2005.

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2005 Award
Little Owl
(Scholastic $15.95 Score:) Toddlers will enjoy this oversized picturebook about independence that has soft textures to feel as the story is read. Baby Owl is afraid to leave his motherís side, but as his friends invite him to join them, he discovers that he his ready to fly. 2 & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2005.

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2005 Award
Under My Hood I Have a Hat
(Karla Kuskin/illus. by Fumi Kosaka, HarperCollins $14.99 Score:) As the story unfolds, we see all of the clothes the little girl has to wear to go outside to play. Kuskinís sense of humor is wonderfully matched by Kosakaís playful illustrations. 2 & up.

Age: Toddlers. Award Year: 2005.

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