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Busy Toes

Busy Toes

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By: C.W. Bowie / Illustrated by: Fred Willingham

Oh, all the things we can do with toes!

Tip-toe into the pages of this exquisitely illustrated book as we dig, squish, and splash our way to discover the many secrets and delights of our toes. A wonderful read-aloud book to be shared by the whole family.

In this delightful poem, children of all ages celebrate digging, splashing, counting, and all the other things that they can do with their toes.

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Author & Illustrator Bios:

C.W. Bowier, author

C.W. Bowie is really three people. Wendie Old has written several biographies for children, including To Fly: The Story of the Wright Brothers (Clarion). She lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Mary Bowman-Kruhm lives in Frederick, Maryland, and has co-authored 21 books for children and teens. Claudine Wirths, who co-authored many books with Bowman-Kruhm, passed away in 2000.

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Fred Willingham, illustrator

Fred Willingham has loved to draw since he was a young boy. His favorite subject matter has always been people, starting with comic book characters and moving on to draw his family and friends. His high school art teacher encouraged his talent and his love of drawing and Fred succeeded in going to art school at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He graduated with a degree in visual communication and became a freelance illustrator. He has illustrated several children's books for both the trade and educational markets. Fred lives in Cleveland, Ohio, with his family.

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Editorial Reviews:

SwankyMoms.com

I am a big believer in the importance of reading to my newborn as soon as possible. But where does one start? Charlesbridge Publishing has an engaging line of books specifically written for wee tykes.

The beautifully illustrated board book Busy Toes will be such fun to act out with my little guy as he gets older. And the two portable, colorful accordion fold-out books Who Has More? Who Has Fewer? and Who Is Bigger? Who Is Smaller? do a clear job at teaching counting and relational sizes for toddlers.

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Details:

Board book
ISBN: 978-1-58089-056-4

E-book PDF
ISBN: 978-1-60734-209-0
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Ages: 0-3
Page count: 28
5 5/8 x 6 1/8

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