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Books Always Everywhere

Books Always Everywhere Babies and toddlers join in an exuberant celebration of books of all shapes and sizes in this charming picture book For little kids books can be anything from a chair to a tower to a hat But once l

  • Title: Books Always Everywhere
  • Author: Jane Blatt
  • ISBN: 9780375982057
  • Page: 394
  • Format: ebook
  • Babies and toddlers join in an exuberant celebration of books of all shapes and sizes in this charming picture book For little kids, books can be anything from a chair, to a tower, to a hat But once little ones discover the magical world that can be found inside a book, the best thing a book can be is a book This joy of discovery is evident on the faces of these littleBabies and toddlers join in an exuberant celebration of books of all shapes and sizes in this charming picture book For little kids, books can be anything from a chair, to a tower, to a hat But once little ones discover the magical world that can be found inside a book, the best thing a book can be is a book This joy of discovery is evident on the faces of these little kids as they open up a book and find a favorite story In short, this book about books is so adorable and tempting, it will have toddlers and parents running to libraries and bookstores everywhere.

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    About "Jane Blatt"

    1. Jane Blatt

      JANE BLATT is a primary school teacher as well as an accomplished violinist, and her musical background is evident in her lyrical writing.Author Residence Glascow, Scotland

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    1. Books are the best! They can be just about anything.Of course I love a good book about books and this one is pretty good. The sparse (sometimes too) text and colorful illustrations provide plenty of interest and encourage a love of reading. It's hard to argue with that combination.


    2. Books Always Everywhere is a celebration of books big and small, wide and tall! Geared to the youngest bibliophiles, this book is generously sized with sturdy pages for a lap read or storytime. The short, simple rhyming text is large enough to track with your finger as you read aloud to little listeners.The illustrations feature tots and animals holding books, building with books, even climbing books! Books are featured on each page in all sorts of games and fantastic settings. For example, on t [...]


    3. Sweet picture book for young readers. I like that it shows young readers reading everywhere. At the beginning it uses adjectives to describe book sizes then moved into what you can use books for, then where you can read them (at a park, in bed). My favorite picture is the book shop :) Simple text, so definitely for the younger crowd. You could use with a very young grade to talk abt what you see readers doing. My favorite part was the beautiful illustrations.



    4. This is an adorable children’s book that is both fun to read as well as it is a nice introduction to different types of books for little ones. Toddlers grace each page and interact with books, which can be big, small, wide, tallor so much more! Books are thus either bigger, smaller, wider, or taller than the toddlers on the page, teaching young bibliophiles important concepts in a visually relatable way. Books Always Everywhere also shows creative uses for books, such as when the toddlers use [...]


    5. Bright, fun, full-page illustrations accompany the short text in this book. Each page only has a couple of words in phrases. It illustrates that no matter where you are or what you are doing there is a book around. The one thing I don't like is that it says "Book build," "Book Mat," and "Book hat." The kids are using the books to play and build. As a school librarian, I keep thinking this is such poor book care! Book for the very young.


    6. Themes: Babies/BooksThis is a cute book for storytime."Babies and toddlers join in an exuberant celebration of books of all shapes and sizes. For little kids, books can be anything from a chair to a tower to a hat. But once little ones discover the magical world that can be found inside a book, the best thing a book can be is - a book!" - inside left jacket flap










    7. Toddlers in, around, under, and on books of every size, width, and height.Books imagined as a hat, a chair Places where books can be read, can be found What can be done with books When books can be read Toddlers with animals reading and thoroughly loving books Animals with animals reading and enjoying books Illustrations are cute Illustrations are easy to look at Illustrations are fun to find other things amongst Illustrations and the story make for a book-reading activityWhat more can I say? fu [...]


    8. I'm a dreadful grandmother - I tend to focus on the older two when I'm thinking of books, and Ivy goes along with it alright so I forget that she'll get more of value from books better suited to her age-group. Of course, Ivy is always so happy to sit on my lap with a book that she'll grab the nearest she can see, including one that I'm reading for myself, and open page after page pointing earnestly to random words. But no, I mustn't lay any of the blame on her! Ivy, aged 3 in one week's time, ne [...]


    9. Juvenile Fiction/Concepts Ages 4-7, Preschool - 2ndPages: 32 Hardcover 10x10.5Date Published: May 27th, 2014Publisher: Random House Books for Young ReadersBook-a-holic is a term I often use to describe myself. Bibliophile has also been thrown around a bit. All in all, I love books and in my house they are everywhere. Be it board books, picture books, chapter books and above we have shelves of beloved books. This picture book, Books Always Everywhere is awesome and exactly what I want to introduc [...]


    10. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Summer Reading Day 84: Hey there, friends! Today, we read Books Always Everywhere, written by Jane Blatt and illustrated by Sarah Massini. This is a cute little book of opposites with books and reading as the central theme. It covers a lot of the typical opposites (big/small, stop/start, scary/funny etc) but gives a fun twist to avid readers and book lovers, showing that great books come in all [...]


    11. I may be giving the wrong rating for this particular book but then again I don't have a very young child to read this book to. Basically each page has at the minimum to the maximum two to three words so it is a great book for teaching little children how to read. Basically although I enjoyed the idea of a book that is encouraging children to read I just didn't think this was the right one. I wasn't impressed with the illustrations or even the actual plot either that explored either the traits of [...]


    12. The glorious love of a tangible book - kindles may be dandy and convenient but this sweet book celebrates the physical book, its supreme portability, adaptibility, funability (color me poetic license). I find real books comforting and I hope a book such as this and treks to book stores and libraries and the like will create more book lovers. Give your children the love of reading and books and you have given them a gift that will console them in sad, bad, and glad times. Admittedly, the libraria [...]


    13. With sweet little rhymes readers will learn all about books. How they come in all sizes and shapes and can be read anywhere. There are only small bits of text on each page, so it is perfect for little ones with small attention spans. Also, there are lots of details and bits of contrast in each illustration which will keep readers looking at where all the books can be. Plus the message of books being perfect for “everywhere” will reinforce the idea to love books. This would be a great book to [...]


    14. I originally pulled this book because it's a nominee for the CLEL Bell Awards (which are awesome, by the way! Check them out if you haven't yet!) Each huge double-paged spread contains either half or all of a pair of book opposites - "Book scary, Book funny/Book rainy, Book sunny". A diverse cast of baby, toddler, and preschool characters accompany the text, with books, of course, bursting off of each page.This short, rhyming book would be great for a baby or toddler time about, of course, BOOKS [...]


    15. Large fun illustrations that don't distract the kids with too much small detail go well with the sparse words and clean rhymes of this simple picture book created by Jane Blatt anad Sarah Massini. As far as books that illustrate opposites for kids, I liked it because it was about books, children, animals, and has a nice layered effect that you have the option of reading just the "story" itself, or also the book content illustrated as well. Books within books are always an interesting concept for [...]


    16. If you're looking for a great book to exemplify the Every Child Ready to Read skill of Reading, look no further! This book is great for readers under age 3 to start gaining an appreciation of books and reading. Each picture not only shares children holding or interacting with books, but the pictures also compare size, shape, use, etc. of books. The children represent a diverse background, as well!


    17. I didn't like reading this aloud. It's a good book in the sense that it shows children the possibilities around books and where you can find and read them. But, it was horrible to read aloud. It's for small children so the grammar doesn't make sense (as you'd expect) and I just found it a painful read. It might be better for young readers as they can recognise the words and discuss the pictures but it's not one I'd come back to.


    18. Sigh. Just heart-melting. This is the perfect (almost) read-aloud for the beginning of the year when we are talking about why readers read where, when and all of that. Adored the illustrations (especially of friends reading together) and the simple, yet meaningful, text. I might have to do some thinking about how to explain some of the "other" uses of books Not sure I want my students building forts with books, etc but this one is a winner. I will own it!


    19. This rhyming picturebook for babies and toddlers is a fantastic storytime selection. Minimal text, well-drawn and colored illustrations, and lots of fun references for the adults reading the story. I hope that it is also made into a board book.I really enjoyed the digital renderings of textures and patterns.


    20. A simple, rhyming book with beautiful illustrations. At a glance it looks to be aimed at toddlers, but there's a quirkiness to the illustrations that appeals to older children and adults.See my full review with photographs and a video link here:missusbspicturebookreviews.blo


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