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Lenny in the Garden

3.46 of 5 stars 3.46  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Lenny in the Garden vividly and simply portrays a charming relationship between a child and his parent. While Lenny's mother digs the soil and plants and waters some young flower plants, Lenny goes on a search for wildlife. He finds an ant, a caterpillar, a butterfly, a ladybird, a spider, and other insects — and all the time their dog Wilbur is trying to join in. It's a s ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 23rd 2010 by Frances Lincoln Children's Books (first published March 10th 2010)
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Mehjabeen
Add a few insects (toys of course) from the story, animate the "Where are you?" and "How do you do?" and get the parents to chant that at the right times and you've got yourself a story that works really well.

Simple, cute, explorative.
Mary
This is a great book for ECE level readers because it is short and sweet and repetitive. The rhymes make it fun to read aloud and increase phonological awareness skills in children. The pages are also thick, which make them easy for small hands to grasp and turn.
Melissa
This was great for baby storytime, but it would be even better as a lap-book...when you read, Miss Spider, where are you? your baby could look and find the spider on the page. Mommy and the family dog are on many of the pages, so you can ask baby what they are up to as well. What is Mommy doing? She's watering the flowers. Super to pair with Where is Thumbkin.
Jeniece Trueman
ELS; Print Motivation, Print Awareness.

Note: Multicultural.
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