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Yum Tummy Tickly!

Handprint Books

By Karen Baicker,Illustrated by Sam Williams

7 x 7 in; 5 pp;
ages 6 months-3
Other
February 2004
ISBN 9781593540371
ISBN10 159354037X

SKU# 9781593540371

$6.95
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Tumble Me Tumbily, Handprint Books' highly successful Fall 2002 picture book, which delightfully depicts the three most important parts of a young toddler's day, has become three irresistible board books. Playing, eating, and sleeping cannot be imp...
Yum Tummy Tickly!


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Yum Tummy Tickly!

Tumble Me Tumbily, Handprint Books' highly successful Fall 2002 picture book, which delightfully depicts the three most important parts of a young toddler's day, has become three irresistible board books. Playing, eating, and sleeping cannot be improved upon when they are accompanied by friendly bears, small blue elephants, dancing vegetables, merry berry pies, soft pink bunnies, and butterfly kisses for Mommy.
Each board book is one complete section of the original hardcover. In addition, there are opening and closing spreads overflowing with babies, bears, and great good humor!

 

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7 x 7 in; 5 pp;
ages 6 months-3
Other
February 2004
ISBN 9781593540371
ISBN10 159354037X
Karen Baicker lives in Maplewood, New Jersey, with her husband and two young children, Lucy and Jake. Tumble Me Tumbily was her first children's book, and she is also the author of I Can Do It Too! and Pea Pod Babies. Besides writing for children, she is a contributing editor to Nick Jr. Magazine and the Party Lady and Craft Expert on nickjr.com.

Sam Williams began his career in London as a magazine and book designer. He has also been an art director and a publisher. He now illustrates books full time when he is not taking dares to climb mountains! He lives in England with his wife, three children, and a menagerie of wildlife.