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by P.D. Eastman

  • ISBN: 0394915968
  • Author: P.D. Eastman
  • ePub ver: 1236 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1236 kb
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (May 12, 1967)
  • Formats: mobi mbr txt azw
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Eastman, Philip D. Are you my mother? Written and illustrated by .

Eastman, Philip D. Beginner Books; distributed by Random House. 24 cm. (Beginner books B-18). eISBN: 978-0-375-98443-3. Published in the United States by Random House, Inc.

Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a kitten. The kitten just looked and looked. It did not say a thing. Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a hen. 'No,' said the hen. 'Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a dog. 'I am not your mother. Before settling down for a nap, he'll take a few of his vehicles or toy animals and read them a story.

Loved all the Eastman books but this one especially because it talks of a baby that cannot find its mother and goes about asking all kinds of things ARE YOU MY MOTHER? Little bird asks all he can see from dogs to farm equipment

Loved all the Eastman books but this one especially because it talks of a baby that cannot find its mother and goes about asking all kinds of things ARE YOU MY MOTHER? Little bird asks all he can see from dogs to farm equipment. I remember reading this book to my own two babies and it brings out how important a Mother is. Children love to read it as they get older and always loved hearing it read to them. Puts the importance of knowing who ones Mother is on every living thing.

Are You My Mother? book. Eastman First it starts off with the mother bird who sits on her egg. The mother (after she hears it jump) tells herself that her baby is going to be here and may want to eat. Then, she tells herself she should get something for her baby bird to eat.

Are You My Mother? by. Eastman, .

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Are You My Mother? by. LIT, LI. P, C3, Birds-Fiction, Mothers-Fiction, Motherhood-Juvenile fiction, LP, Fiction, Video, Picture Books (Short). A children's classic about a young bird that goes looking for its mother.

Are You My Mother? is a children's book by P. D. Eastman published by Random House Books for Young Readers on June 12, 1960 as part of its Beginner Books series. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children. It was one of the "Top 100 Picture Books" of all time in a 2012 poll by School Library Journal.

Блог пользователя recraviwim на DRIVE2. Book "Are You My Mother? by . Eastman" description: ARE YOU MY MOTHER? tells a very simple story for children who have just started to read. their younger brothers or sisters will also want to follow the baby bird's quest as he asks everyone and everything he meets, "Are You My Mother?". Eastman is not only a Random House I Can Read It All by Myself Beginner Book for beginning readers, but it is also enormously popular with younger children who love having the amusing story read to them again and again. Are You My Mother? the Story. While a mother bird is away from her nest, the egg in the nest hatches

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Comments (7)

great ant
Have to admit to being initially disappointed when I received this today, a favorite I recall reading to my sons, and realized I'd mistakenly ordered the board book rather than the hardcover. (Maybe I DO need that new pair of reading glasses after all!) I really don't care for how reviews for all formats are combined on a listing, because I'd find it hard to imagine that this board book would garner a 5 star rating from anyone who remembers the full story, since - if you're familiar with it - it entirely leaves out the part of the little bird asking an old car, boat and plane if any of them are his mother, and the baby bird's recounting his travels to his mother once he finally finds her. Obviously, board books are abbreviated, but this is REALLY abbreviated.

Suppose the reason I'm giving this 4 stars is because I do think that - given its brevity and very simple words - it'd be a good little (and I do mean little at 5-3/4" x 4-1/4"x 1/2 thick) book for tiny hands to turn by themselves, with thick coated pages that are forgiving of occasionally sticky little fingers. Would be a nice little piece of reading material for a child just learning to read. It's my own fault, and I'll be ordering the hardback as well, but maybe you'd like to know exactly how it reads before making a decision for yourself:

"A mother bird sat on her egg. The egg jumped. 'I must get something for my baby bird to eat!' she said. So away she went. Inside the nest, the egg jumped. It jumped and jumped and jumped. Until......out came a baby bird! 'Where is my mother?' he said. He did not see her anywhere. 'I will go and look for her,' he said. Out of the nest he went. Down, down, down! Plop! The baby bird could not fly. But he could walk. 'Now I will go and find my mother,' he said. 'Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a kitten. The kitten just looked and looked. It did not say a thing. 'Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a hen. 'No,' said the hen. 'Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a dog. 'I am not your mother. I am a dog,' said the dog. 'Are you my mother?' the baby bird asked a cow. 'How could I be your mother?' said the cow. 'I am a cow.' The baby bird stopped to think. The kitten and the hen were not his mother. The dog and the cow were not his mother. 'I have a mother,' said the baby bird. 'I know I do. I will find her. I will. I WILL!' Just then the baby bird saw a big thing." (A power shovel.) "YOU are my mother!' he said. The big thing said, 'SNORT!' 'Oh no!' said the baby bird. 'You are not my mother. You are a scary snort!' The Snort lifted the baby bird up, up, up. Then something happened. The Snort put the baby bird right back in the tree. The baby bird was home! Just then the mother bird came back. 'I know who YOU are,' said the baby bird. 'You are not a kitten or a hen or a dog. You are not a cow or a Snort! You are a bird, and you are my mother!' "

So you can decide for yourself if this is what you're looking for.
Brakree
I am 52 years old. My mother read this to me as a child-about a million times! When she died in 2012 I bought a copy and wrote her a note inside and she was buried with it. That is how much this book means to me.

I just bought another copy- for my first grandchild!!
Biaemi
This book is abridged. They took two or three pages out from the original. Very disappointing.
Conjukus
Baby loves this book, it's soft and interactive and apparently delicious judging from the amount of time it spends In her mouth.
Uaoteowi
Part of the book is upside down ...wtf??!
Talrajas
This is a great Book for early readers. I bought this to read to my 2 year old. I figured that board books would be better since she likes to tear out pages in hard cover books. This is a classic book that she enjoys but to anyone who does not know, this is not the full book. it is really condensed. which in my case is perfect because its short enough to where my toddler doesn't lose focus.
Kelerana
I bought this for my one-year-old niece as part of her Christmas present. I had this book when I was a kid myself (I'm 39 now!) so I thought it'd be fun to start a little tradition. My niece loves books but her little baby hands aren't the gentlest, so I was very happy to find this in the form of a board book.
I was expecting a full sized book and it was very very small. Nice book but would have liked it to be full sized. This is not the first time and I'm just now realizing the books I order off here are not usually full sized I will probably not be buying books off amazon anymore.

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