What Mommies Do Best/ What Daddies Do Best (Paperback)
|A back-to-back two-in-one book perfect for both Mothers Day and Fathers Day pairs five young animals with their mommies for different activities on one side and then with their daddies for the same activities on the other side. *Author: Numeroff, Laura Joffe/ Munsinger, Lynn (ILT) *Publication Date: 1998/04/01 *Binding Type: School And Library *Grade Level: Preschool *Language: English *Depth: 0.50 *Width: 8.50 *Height: 10.50|
From the Publisher:
This charming book, really two books back-to-back, shows preschoolers that mothers and fathers are equally important and equally special. Five different animal pairs demonstrate the skills that mothers possess--turn the book over and children see fathers doing the same things, in their own way. Children from any kind of family will be able to relate to the familiar domestic scenes portrayed with plenty of whimsy and warmth. Full color.Daddies can do lots of things, like bake you a birthday cake, play with you in the park, and take you trick-or-treating. But what do they do best?
Mommies can do lots of things, like teach you how to ride a bike, sew a loose button on your teddy bear, and read you a cozy bedtime story. But what do they do best? The answer is made perfectly clear in this irresistible celebration of parents and the everyday things they do.
In this back-to-back book, readers can learn all about what mommies do best, and then turn the book over to read about what daddies do best. The text, which is identical in both stories, demonstrates that both mommies and daddies can give piggyback rides, teach children how to ride a bicycle, and sew a button on a teddy bear. Illustrated with color drawings.