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Bigger

by Daniel Kirk

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simple story of baby growing up starting in the womb and until the child starts school. It shows children that growing is not just physical its also mentally and we will always be growing in one way. ( )
  Jordanlaine | Feb 27, 2014 |
The boy share how he grows inside his mom and out, and he did not have to do anything to get big but eat. He goes from infancy to primary.
  rjames1071 | Nov 13, 2013 |
A boy shares how he is growing even before he was born.
Age:3-5
Source: Pierce College
  DaisyMendoza | Nov 13, 2013 |
a boy is sharing how much he is growing even before he was born, and now he is big. ages 3-5
  cmendoza | Feb 28, 2013 |
pierce college library
age 3
This boy is so exciting about growing and getting older. He over came the obstacles of not being able to reach things.
  bcapps1238 | Feb 15, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399231277, Hardcover)

Once there was a boy. At first, he was so small he didn't even have a name. But as soon as he was born, the boy began to grow. He kept growing, even though he could not walk, talk or feed himself. When people said, My, what a big boy you are, he knew they were right. Before long, the boy could see on top of the table instead of just underneath. He took big steps, ate big meals and used big words. He even slept in a big bed, went to a big school, and played with bigger boys. Soon the boy got so big that his world began to grow too--and as it did, so did the promise of everything he was and everything he would be! Bold drawings and childlike text come together in a universally appealing book that celebrates the one thing every child can do--get bigger! Daniel Kirk lives in New Jersey.

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A little boy tells about how he began to grow even before he was born, and now as he continues to get bigger and bigger, so does his whole world.

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