Daddy Wrong Legs, by Nina Laden | Book Review
Tenley Peck | The Children’s Book Review | August 31, 2014
By Nina Laden
Board Book: 10 pages
Age Range: 0 – 3 years
Publisher: Chronicle Books (2014)
What to expect: Daddy’s, Object Matching, and Giggles
This colorful board book is split down the middle and offers a top and bottom page turn. Little ones learn shape identification by matching the appropriate “legs” with the correct “daddy”. Be expected for lots of giggles as they turn the page and recognize that the elephant’s legs do not match with the frog’s head.
The illustrations are very colorful and inspire great interest to continue turning the page until a match is found. Also, each page features one to two words, which makes it a great choice for teaching basic word recognition and matching to little ones! This is a wonderful interactive book for fathers to read with their children at bedtime!
Add this book to your collection: Daddy Wrong Legs
About the Author
Nina Laden grew up in the New York City area. The daughter of two artists, she studied illustration at Syracuse University. She is the author and illustrator of many books published by Chronicle Books, including: Peek-a Who?; Who Loves You, Baby?; and The Night I Followed the Dog. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
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