Anna's Book by Barbara Baker

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Perfectly pitched to toddlers, this hand-sized book introduces Anna—exuberant, strong- willed, and lovable. In Anna’s Book, Anna wants Mommy to read her new book again and again. When Mommy has to get back to work, Anna satisfies herself by reading the book to her teddy—again and again.

Developmentally right on the mark for toddlers’ concerns and attention spans, these books feature adorable art that reinforces the simple text. Like Anna, toddlers will ask for the Anna books again and again.

 

About Barbara Baker

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Barbara Baker, an author and preschool teacher, is peerless in her ability to capture not only what children need but also what they want. She lives in New York City. Catharine OÂ'Neill has illustrated many books, including Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Ireland, by Virginia Haviland, and Mrs. DunphyÂ's Dog, which she wrote.
 
Published January 19, 2004 by Dutton Juvenile. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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In Anna Shares (ISBN: 0-525-47111-1) when friend Justin comes over to play, Anna cannot share the cookies mom offers at snack time and cries, “No, no, no.” Justin goes home and Anna constructs a way to share and eat all her cookies as well.

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by Catharine O'Neill, Anna's Book depicts Anna and her mother spending quality time re-reading her favorite book.

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