12 November 2007

Rhymes with Wright

It's Children's Book Week this week, or so says the Children's Book Council, and since I've had some musings on books rattling around in my head, I thought this would be a good week to get them out.

Despite the fact that Miss M. is now FOUR, we have a sweet little board book that still comes out from time to time. It's called Bear and Kite and it's a quick poem of opposites, in which all of the second words rhyme:

Bear and kite
Black and white
Play and fight
Loose and tight
Wrong and right
Day and night.
Best of all? The author is Cliff Wright.

8 comments:

slouching mom said...

Ooh, I like.

Too bad my kids are too old for it. Perhaps the grandkids? ;)

Julie Pippert said...

Hey Persistence might like that!

Our faves are the Hondo and Fabian books.

Julie
Using My Words

Raz Godelnik said...

Happy Children’s Book Week!

One option to celebrate this week is with a green children’s book.

Eco-Libris blog brings a recommendation on The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle (written by Stefani Newman of teensygreen). It’s a great conversation starter about nature, the seasons, and helps kids open their eyes to the world outside.

You are welcome to read it at:
http://ecolibris.blogspot.com/2007/11/tiny-seed-holiday-green-gift-guide-for.html

Raz Godelnik
Eco-Libris
http://www.ecolibris.net

painted maypole said...

we still read several board books, including Goodnight Gorilla and I Love It When...

niobe said...

And bear and kite are opposites exactly how???

Be Inspired Always said...

Happy Children's Book Week :)


I'm now typing with my fingers instead of my nose, the tiredness wore off. Maybe I just got my second wind.


It's been a tough day.


Two trips to the gym, because a girlfriend begged me to go with, now I'm paying for it.


Jillian

Julia said...

Nice.

Monkey wrote a book last Friday that I actually really like. We are going to scan the pages and try for a photobook. We should be all set with grandparent-type gifts for the holidays. :)

Magpie said...

As I was writing that post, I thought to myself "bear and kite aren't opposites, and someone might call me on it". I should have guessed that Niobe would be the one!