Boynton’s Greatest Hits The Big Yellow Box (Boxed Set): The Going to Bed Book; Horns to Toes; Opposites; But Not the…
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Four familiar Boynton board books: “But Not the Hippopotamus, The Going to Bed Book, Horns to Toes, ” and “Opposites” are packaged in a full-color slipcase. per book. The thinking’s not fuzzy in these board books, but the animals indubitably are. Sandra Boynton’s familiar furry creatures introduce simple concepts on this bright selection of four books, replete with clever line drawings. In Horns and Toes and In Between, three horned monsters teach the parts of the body in rhyme: “…and now we have a fuzzy TUMMY that we all like to pat / and a bit BELLY BUTTON in the course of that.” The Going to Bed Book gets a Noah’s Ark of animals organized for bed: “They hang their towels on the wall / and find pajamas, big and small.” Opposites is just that: cute animals “low and high / fast and slow / heavy and light / day and night.” Within the rhyming reader But Not the Hippopotamus, a hippo finds himself on the outs as “a cat and two rats are trying on hats. / But not the hippopotamus. / A moose and a goose together have juice. / But not the hippopotamus.” Rest assured the hippo finds love on the end. (Baby to preschool) –Claire Dederer
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