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Scrubba Dub

2.76 of 5 stars 2.76  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  5 reviews

"Scrubba dub dubba
squigga giggle squash.
Splash splish
splish splosh
time to wash."
What little bunny can resist bathtime, especially with a tub full of bubbles...and boats...and rubber ducks...and more bubbles? In this delightful read-aloud treat, getting clean has never been easier, or more fun!
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Atheneum Books
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Mama Bunny tries to bathe her energetic toddler.
Phuong Dao
This book is about a little bunny while taking a bath in his tub, he is singing and rhyming out with his song. He comes up with different rhyming words while he was in the tub. This book is good to teach children how to rhyme. From the title of the book we can tell that it is a rhyming book . It is also good for beginner reader.
Hope you don't feel squeamish about made up words and saying them in front of kids. I like these books because of the onomatopoeia but I find Bathtime and Bedtime stories difficult at public storytimes, but this story is definitely for a young crowd, and frankly plots of any kind are rare among laptime stories.
Aug 25, 2007 Suzanne rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Toddler/Preschool
Shelves: picture-books
My daughter loves this book. I feel that you can't just make up words so that your book rhymes. It's like cheating shmeating.
hard to read..words do not flow...
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Nancy Van Laan was born in Baton Rouge, La. Her father was a colonel in the US Air Force, and the family moved frequently as Van Laan was growing up. She began making up stories to pass the time on long car trips. Although Van Laan had a learning disability, she loved to read. She began drawing and writing poetry as a child and enjoyed illustrating her own stories. Van Laan also loved ballet and b ...more
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