ChildCraft, Poems of Early Childhood

ChildCraft Poems of Early Childhood None

  • Title: ChildCraft, Poems of Early Childhood
  • Author: Childcraft International Ernest G. Osborne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Vol Poems And Rhymes Childcraft The How And Why Library I bought this for my granddaughters because we had the entire set from when I was a child, and somehow this volume was missing After entertaining at least two generations, we couldn t miss having it for this generation. childcraft Books Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store Childcraft The How and Why Library Edition World Book Inc CHILDCRAFT The How and Why Library Volume Set, Volume Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson, Paperback Jacqueline Woodson s National Book Award and Newbery Honor winner, now available in paperback with all new poems Jacqueline Woodson is the Port Manteaux Word Maker OneLook Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two Enter a word or two above and you ll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs. For example, enter giraffe and you ll get Parent and Teacher Links This page is a collection of links for parents and teachers.Topics are based on the curriculum for Kindergarten through grade five,although many pages will be of interest to older students.This page also includes a list of publishers and software companies. GASOLINE ALLEY ANTIQUES Home Order Site Map Search need assistance phone during our business hours GASOLINE ALLEY ANTIQUES Antique Toys Collectibles Presents CHILDREN S RECORDS for sale follow us on Facebook

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    1. I grew up with this (these) books, my parents bought the set in 1956. I learned to read in the first grade when I was 6 (no one had bothered to give me any guidance till then, my parents weren't readers, I mean they could read it just wasn't their choice of leisure time activities.). It was also in the first grade that I was shown how to "sound out words" (I don't know if children are routinely taught "phonics" today or not). Once I could sound out words, there was no stopping. I read everything [...]

    2. I have the 1961 set; it is excellent for its poetry and story volumes and for its music, art, and crafts volumes. The science volumes are too outdated to be any use. The illustrations in the poetry and story volumes are superb; I love them. I also love the selection of poems chosen. My favorite volume is number 2. If you have the opportunity to get it, do!There is one volume of child psychology (number 15) that I found useless. But then, I was raised by wonderful parents and a lot of Dr. Dobson [...]

    3. I had this set of books as a child, and as they were the only children's books we had in the house, I read them over and over again. I recently found a complete set on Etsy and now I have them again. It is January 2017 and comfort reading is the order of the day. This book takes me back to a simpler time when I didn't know or care who was the President . ( Although I do remember being in the car with my parents in the '50s as they were driving to the polling place and a boy on a bicycle yelling: [...]

    4. Such a nostalgic experience reading these books. I grew up with them and recently ordered three of the series online. The old poems range from strange to beautiful but the illustrations are at least half of the awesomeness. I spent just as much time looking at the illustrations as I did reading the poetry.

    5. I inherited a full set of these red-cover Childcraft books from my mother. They were hers as a child, and were lovingly well-worn when they came to me. "Poems of Early Childhood" was my favorite and is, sadly, the only one of the set that I still possess. (The other were irreparably damaged in a flood, and I so want to replace them!)These books earn a 7-out-of-5 stars rating, for their timeless appeal. The beautiful illustrations seem almost magical, many from original watercolors. 'Round the Ma [...]

    6. This book is not widely available, however, it is one of the best examples of traditional children's nursery rhymes and poetry. I found a copy at my aunt's house when I was a child and I adored it. In fact, I was so enthralled that my aunt allowed me to take it home. I loved the soft watercolor illustrations and had many of the poems memorized. I was heartbroken when my dad made me return the volume when I was in high school or college. I recently found a copy online and purchased it. It contain [...]

    7. If you ever have the immense pleaseure of getting your hands on one of these, do it!!!! I am amazed at how the illustrations take me right back to when I was a very young child having these read to me, or pouring over the pages enjoying the illustrations before I could read. My children now have all had it read to them and I see my oldest reading it to herself more than once a week. This is impressive because we have an extensive children's library. It is a sweet, simple, pure and beautiful book [...]

    8. I treasured this since I was very small. The original got lost during shipping (when I was moving to California and shipping a few things from my childhood home). I was heartsick about it; luckily, my kind sister-in-law found another version online and purchased it for me. All the love I have for poetry came from THIS book. It's as dear to me as any book I've ever owned (I'm still sick about the loss of the original). But it's a treasure no matter how you find it.

    9. We had this set when we were children and I remember my mom reading to us and later reading them myself. As a young child I especially liked the Mother Goose rhymes, poems, and fairy tales. I think my sister still has this set. I will have to ask her as I would like to see them again and bring back the memories.

    10. This set is one of my most precious treasures. My mother read to me from this set of books when I was little, and I read to my grandchildren from them. I remember the pictures and the delicious thrill of stories like "Tom Tit Tot."

    11. This is the first volume and part of the 1984 edition of Childcraft: The How And Why Library 1984. It is not the same material as the new Volume 1 in the 1988 edition, entitled, Once Upon a Time. While the poems in 'Poems and Rhymes' are mostly included in 'Once Upon a Time', some is removed, and the bulk of 'Stories and Fables is combined' into 'Once Upon a Time' as well.

    12. My 1949 set of Childcraft books are one of my most treasured possessions. My grandmother read me poems and stories from them, three of my cousins borrowed them and enjoyed them, I read from these wonderful books to my children, and I have also read from them to my grandchildren - three generations and I hope someday we can make it 4 generations. They have travelled with me to the United Kingdom and lived here with me for 37 years. Books one and two were my favourites and I have fond memories of [...]

    13. Excellent selection of poems and beautiful illustrations by a variety of artists. I am currently sharing this book with my own daughter, but I remember flipping through the pages of this book when I was small. It held such magic for me then and I see my daughter feeling the same way.

    14. I really enjoyed this book as a kid, reading and rereading the poems. It's a really fun collection of poems, and it contains a large variety of different kinds, including riddles from around the world.

    15. My very favorite childhood book, in the 70's. From the ages of about 3 to 8, I would look at this book for hours. Now, I collect copies of it for my children.

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