Pea Pod Babies by Karen Baicker

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How many times can three babies be chucked under the chin and told they look "just like three peas in a pod"? Even the most patient babies have their limits, and Sweet Pea, Snap Pea, and Snow Pea are no exception. In a moment of rebellion, they burst from their pod into the big wide garden world where each one has a rollicking adventure completely unlike the others'.
The author and illustrator of the well-received TUMBLE ME TUMBILY have created a wondrous fantasyland - part garden, part nursery - overflowing with the beauty of young, growing things.
In her characteristic lilting and poetic style, Karen Baicker relates the challenges and the rewards of establishing one's own identity, while Sam Williams's appealing illustrations blend this artfully conceived world and the endearing creatures within to an irresistible degree.

About Karen Baicker

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Karen Baicker lives in Maplewood, New Jersey, with her husband and two young children, Lucy and Jake. Tumble Me Tumbily was her first children's book, and she is also the author of I Can Do It Too! and Pea Pod Babies . Besides writing for children, she isSam Williams began his career in London as a magazine and book designer. He has also been an art director and a publisher. He now illustrates books full time when he is not taking dares to climb mountains! He lives in England with his wife, three children,
Published October 1, 2003 by Handprint. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Clearly aimed at multiple birth siblings, this comical tale reminds readers that just because babies, peapod or otherwise, look the same does not mean they are the same.

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Sweet Pea, Snap Pea and Snow Pea grow tired of hearing that they're "perfect peas in a pod!"

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