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  • Boyntons Greatest Hits Volume 2
  • Boyntons Greatest Hits Volume 2
  • Boyntons Greatest Hits Volume 2
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Boyntons Greatest Hits Volume 2

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The thinking's not fuzzy in these board books, but the animals certainly are.

Sandra Boynton's familiar furry creatures introduce simple concepts in this bright collection of four books, replete with clever line drawings.

In Horns and Toes and In Between, three horned monsters teach the parts of the body in rhyme: ...and we have a fuzzy TUMMY that we all like to pat / and a little BELLY BUTTON in the middle of that.

The Going to Bed Book gets a Noah's Ark of animals organized for bed: They hang their towels on the wall / and find pajamas, big and small.

Opposites is just that: cute animals high and low / fast and slow / heavy and light / day and night.

In the rhyming reader But Not the Hippopotamus, a hippo finds himself on the outs as a cat and two rats are trying on hats. / But not the hippopotamus. / A moose and a goose together have juice. / But not the hippopotamus. Rest assured the hippo finds love at the end.

Sandra Boynton is a popular American humorist, songwriter, children 's author, and illustrator. Boynton has written and illustrated more than forty books for both children and adults, as well as more than four thousand greeting cards and four music albums. She has designed = for various companies = calendars, wallpaper, bedding, stationery, paper goods, clothing, jewelry, and plush toys.

Why Our Experts Love It

What do an elephant, hippopotamus, horns and going to bed had in common...nothing but they sure are fun to read about.

These short, hilarious books are perfectly suited to toddler tastes, with their small size, few words, cheerful colors, funny jokes, and silly animals!

They combine rhythm, rhyme, and humor so that the parents get the most out of reading to their children!

  • A great way to spend quality time with your child is reading to them and this should begin when they are infants.

  • Exposing children to books at this young age is the first step to peaking their future interest in reading.

  • Rhyming, recognizing first sounds in words, and syllable awareness are all phonemic awareness skills your child has before they are ready to start reading.

  • We don¹t often think of reading when it comes to our toddlers, but they start hearing about the ABCs in songs and begin gaining letter recognition starting at around 2 years of age.

  • Most children will begin to read between the ages of 5-6 years. But before they can read they need to gain the foundation of pre-reading skills.

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