[Ebook] ↠ All Kinds of Families! Author Mary Ann Hoberman – Survivingtheholocaust.us

All Kinds of Families! With Irresistible, Rollicking Rhyme, Beloved Picture Book Author Mary Ann Hoberman Shows Readers That Families, Large And Small, Are All Around Us From Celery Stalks To Bottle Caps, Buttons, And Rings, The Objects We Group Together Form Families, Just Like The Ones We Are A Part Of And, As We Grow Up, Our Families Grow, Too Mary Ann Hoberman Gives Readers A Sense Of Belonging In This All Inclusive Celebration Of Families And Our Role In Them.

[Ebook] ↠ All Kinds of Families!  Author Mary Ann Hoberman – Survivingtheholocaust.us
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • All Kinds of Families!
  • Mary Ann Hoberman
  • English
  • 06 January 2017
  • 0316146331

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ All Kinds of Families! Author Mary Ann Hoberman – Survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    Through a series of rhymes, Neo was able to learn all about families of varying sizes, styles, and colours From a human to a thimble and even a set of crayons everything can make up a family unit


  2. says:

    This book was very interesting The story was about different types of families The author used objects bottle caps and buttons as examples along with humans I did love the illustrations and that it rhymed From the ti...


  3. says:

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, friends Today s book is called All Kinds Of Families , written by Mary Ann Hoberman and illustrated by Marc Boutavant Told in a playful yet slightly complicated rhyme scheme, the book explains that all manner of things can be families stars in the sky, yams in the cupboard, twigs and sticks and yes, of course, people.Honestly, this book was pretty disappointing Anyone who has read th This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, friends Today s book is called All Kinds Of Families , written by Mary Ann Hoberman and illustrated by Marc Boutavant Told in a playful yet slightly complicated rhyme scheme, the book explains that all manner of things can be families stars in the sky, yams in the cupboard, twigs and sticks and yes, of course, people.Honestly,...


  4. says:

    Would have given one star except at the end it talks about actual families, where they can come from continent , family tree, and potentially having one of your own when you grow up Did not like the illustrations or the random groupings of objects.


  5. says:

    Insanely fun to read rhyming book about families of ALL kinds Especially for my 5 year old daughter who will happily make a pile of pine cones into a family It s perfect for her.


  6. says:

    I love Marc Boutavant But this is kind of odd, and includes a strike out a kid dressed up as an Indian no


  7. says:

    This book was about the many types of family dynamics and structures and although the stories illustrations matched the text, the authored used items that were not human to display diversity in families I don t think those are good representations of what real life families are like I believe young children should be exposed to books that depict reality Also the story uses the banking method in showing diversity in family instead of telling a story and allowing readers to gain their own persp This book was about the many types of family dynamics and structures and although the stories illustrations matched the text, the authored used items that were not human to display diversity in families I don t think those are good representations of what real life families are like I believe young children should be exposed to books that depict reality Also the story uses the banking method...


  8. says:

    There are some really interesting ideas and concepts in this book It s a bit longer, so I was able to read it to both my 5 year old and my 7 year old The images are engaging and the language is well paced Even though it is longer, there is a repeating phrase to give it a sing s...


  9. says:

    high expectations, given the title and date of publication 2009 , but while there s lots of focus on objects and animal families, no direct attention is given to blended families or non heterosexual monogamous families or pets lots of gender for what it is, too disappointed.


  10. says:

    Most children s books that rhyme do so in a rhythmic fashion This book rhymes, but really shakes the cadence up I love that It s a neat book about what types of things and people make up a family.

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