What's a Banana? by Marilyn Singer

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...children, at least, will find chopped logic a bland, dry alternative to the juicy rhymes and sweet subject matter. Quick but savory fare, both sonic and visual, for pre- or newly independent readers.
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What can you do with a banana? You can grip it, unzip it, squeeze it, freeze it— you can even play it like a flute! With a little imagination and a sense of humor, you can transform it into anything! Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary with these charming picture books that encourage readers to look at the world in a new—more magical—way.
 

About Marilyn Singer

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Marilyn Singer is the author of over ninety books for children. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and Washington, Connecticut. For more information, please visit: www.marilynsinger.net Alexandra Boiger has illustrated several picture and chapter books, among them While Mama had a Quick Little Chat, Tallulah's Tutu, and the Mrs. Piggle Wiggle books. Originally from Munich, Germany, she now lives in California. Please visit her at www.alexandraboiger.com.
 
Published August 30, 2016 by Abrams Appleseed. 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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on May 14 2016

...children, at least, will find chopped logic a bland, dry alternative to the juicy rhymes and sweet subject matter. Quick but savory fare, both sonic and visual, for pre- or newly independent readers.

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