Tiny Toes by Donna Jakob

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Tiny toes are never still. They find pebbles hidden in the grass, squish through muddy spring puddles, and scatter dandelions in the breeze. The simple verse and whimsical illustrations unite in this book to create a charming vision of what tiny toes can do. Full color.
 

About Donna Jakob

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Mireille Levert is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.
 
Published March 1, 1995 by Hyperion (Juv). 1 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Repeating the same syntactic formula- -``Tiny toes peek out from under the bedcovers,'' ``Crumbly toes waltz around the breakfast table,'' and so on--Jakob (My Bike, not reviewed) describes the activities of toes at different times of day and of the year, in endearing, occasionally too-cute langu...

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On each spread, a single sentence sets toes gleefully in motion, indoors and out, through each of the seasons: ""Splashy toes paddle in the pool"";

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