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Dance with Me: Super Sturdy Picture Book

3.56 of 5 stars 3.56  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Young readers will find their groove with a spirited tale sure to tickle their toes and have them slapping their knees to the beat.

Two kids bopping down the street get the whole town moving in a lively tale for emerging readers. Noah Z. Jones's bright, energetic illustrations tell a parallel story, while Charles R. Smith Jr.'s rhythmic, rhyming text is guaranteed to get ch
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Hardcover, 24 pages
Published September 9th 2008 by Candlewick Press
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Denise
This book is simple, rhythmic and fun and I'd use it with toddlers. It's marketed as a "super sturdy picture book" and I agree, the pages are a little thicker than usual.
Library Quine
This is a really cute book for a lively storytime for little ones. I encouraged the mums and babes to move along to the words and they went for it! There is lots of wiggling and twisting, and some repeated phrases too, "Shake it, shake it, shake it baby!" is such fun. It has extra sturdy pages, and would be a good focus book for slightly older ones, but needs to be in board book format to be a true focus book contender.
Read in Baby Rhymetime 17/Jan/2012.
Isela
This book has "super sturdy" pages because they are thicker than other pages. It is easy to read with colorful pictures. In addition, this is a book with lots of action words. I would recommend this book to pre-kindergarten students.
Katrina
May 12, 2009 Katrina rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Ages 2+ and Baby/Toddler Storytime
This book is simple, rhythmic and fun. The pages are a little thicker than usual which makes this a good gift for toddlers as well.
Danielle
This is a book to read while standing up and with some music so you can dance together.
Fluxbrarian
pre-school movement storytime
Tina
"dancing, birthday"
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Charles R. Smith Jr. is an award-winning author, photographer, and poet with more than thirty books to his credit. His awards include a Coretta Scott King Award for illustration for his photographs accompanying the Langston Hughes poem "My People" and a Coretta Scott King Honor for his biography of Muhammad Ali, Twelve Rounds to Glory. He is the author of Rimshots, Hoop Kings, Hoop Queens, Tall Ta ...more
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