Whose Shoe? by Margaret Miller

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Guess whose shoe! Ballet dancers, hockey players, clowns, babies, and horses are just some of the people (and animals) who wear distinctive footgear. Babies (and their older siblings) will have a wonderful time figuring out who wears the various shoes -- and why? From head (Whose Hat?) to toe (Whose Shoe?), Margaret Miller's stunning books have something for everyone.
 

About Margaret Miller

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Miller Was Born in Romania in 1945 and Spent Her Earliest Years in Germany Before Coming to America. She Has Two Grown Children and Lives with Her Husband in Long Island, NY.
 
Published October 23, 1991 by Greenwillow Books. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Fiction

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In the same winning format as Whose Hat? (1988), nine varied shoes (clown, ballet, flipper, horseshoe, etc.) are shown in use by the appropriate adult (except the baby shoe!) and also by a child.

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Shoes are ever-present in preschoolers' low-to-the-ground landscape. Veteran photo-illustrator Miller ( Whose Hat? ) focuses on feet and uses shoes as a fun and captivating vehicle for learning. The b

Sep 30 1991 | Read Full Review of Whose Shoe?

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The overleaf reveals a full-page photo of a player in the batter's box opposite a page containing the words ``baseball player'' and a preschool boy in a Mets outfit trying to swing a bat.

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