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One More Time, Mama epub

by David Soman,Sue Alexander


One More Time, Mama epub

ISBN: 0761450513

ISBN13: 978-0761450511

Author: David Soman,Sue Alexander

Category: For Children

Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life

Language: English

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Corp/Ccb; First Edition edition (September 1, 1999)

Pages: 32 pages

ePUB book: 1286 kb

FB2 book: 1949 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 505

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Sue Alexander (Author), David Soman (Illustrator). From Publishers Weekly. Tell me some more about waiting, Mama. Tell me again," comes the recurring plea from the young protagonist of Alexander's (Nadia the Willful) labored story

Sue Alexander (Author), David Soman (Illustrator). Tell me again," comes the recurring plea from the young protagonist of Alexander's (Nadia the Willful) labored story. A mother recounts, at her daughter's urgings, the months of waiting for her baby's birth, focusing on the changes in the seasons (. "I was waiting when the new-hatched goslings and ducklings waddled down the path and around the pond and the wild violets began to bloom on the rise beyond").

One More Time, Mama book. Sue Alexander, David Soman (Illustrator). At an early age Sue Alexander learned to attract other children’s interest and approval by telling stories

One More Time, Mama book. This is undoubtedly the perfect picture book for small children. This is undoubtedly the perfect picture book for small children wanting to hear the story of their coming-to-be. At an early age Sue Alexander learned to attract other children’s interest and approval by telling stories. Her passion for storytelling and her understanding of the emotional ups and downs of childhood have led her to write twenty-six books for children to date, notable for their appeal and variety.

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A mother remembers the fireflies, afternoon rain, squirrels, geese, and other aspects of nature that she watched while waiting for her child to be born. By the illustrator of When I Am Old with You.

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1999) A Picture Book by Sue Alexander. A mother remembers the fireflies, afternoon rain, squirrels, geese, and other aspects of nature that she watched while waiting for her child to be born. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Sue Alexander's One More Time, Mama.

Sue Alexander (August 20, 1933 – July 3, 2008) was an American writer of children's literature. She authored 26 books for children as well as "scores of stories" for newspapers and magazines. She was a charter member and advisory board member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, which established two awards in her name in recognition of her efforts to educate and mentor aspiring writers.

Three hours later, a much happier young man drove home in his first car, a red 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo with similar . The rest of the evening was fun, but that unplanned time with the DeRosas was the most memorable part of that first date.

Three hours later, a much happier young man drove home in his first car, a red 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo with similar mileage, good maintenance records, slightly less leg room in the back, and better pick up potential on more than one front. Dr. Perry told Sam and Elsie, You two cost me another two. thousand dollars.

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A mother remembers the fireflies, afternoon rain, squirrels, geese, and other aspects of nature that she watched while waiting for her child to be born. By the illustrator of When I Am Old with You.
This is perhaps the most beautiful children's book I have ever encountered. Although it is best enjoyed by older children, my little two and a half year old daughter loves to hear it. I cry a little every time I read it. It is about a mother's journey through pregancy and the seasonal changes of the earth she experiences as she patiently waits to meet her new baby. The book speaks of the gravity and wonder of pregnancy like no other that I know of. It can't help but inspire love and intimacy between parents and children. The art is beautiful and stirring. Why this book is not better known is surely a mystery.
This book moves slowly along and is sometimes a labor, but my daughters never stirred nor lost interest. I would have to say that Alexander captured so perfectly the beauty and slow moving passage of time of pregnancy. The warmth and affection between mother and daughter was clearly evident and the illustrations kept my girls searching each page. After reading a library copy before naptime, I immediately went online and ordered a copy for our family's library.