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Ten Tiny Toes by Todd Tarpley

Ten Tiny Toes

by Todd Tarpley

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story about everything that a child can do with their toes
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  jocysmom | May 18, 2013 |
Bestselling Arthur Adventure book series and creative television series Arthur, Marc Brow, did it again with Ten Tiny Toes. This book is so sweet. The illustrations are beautiful, they are full of soft baby colors: baby blues, pinks, and yellows. What I loved most about this book; is that it is very diverse. There are many different colors of those ten tiny toes, and we love them all. This book is great to read to young children. I will have this book in my own library at home. I recommend this book for every mom out there.~Hannah ( )
  HannahV | Nov 27, 2012 |
Ten Tiny Toes is a fun picture book that tells the story of love between a parent and their little baby’s toes. Tarpley, author of “How About a Kiss for Me,” moves from scene to scene telling of the daily encounters that a mom and dad have with their precious baby and ultimately their little toes. From bath time to bed time, even dinner and play time, the baby’s ten toes are being played with and loved, showing the deep connection between parents and their little treasures. Brown, author and illustrator of most of the “Arthur” series, captures the love and relationship between the parents and baby through his detailed illustrations. The pictures are adorable, proving the book is meant for a younger audience for certain. A good nighttime story for sure, this book will make parents make the connections between themselves and their little baby’s ten tiny toes. ( )
  bperry93 | Oct 31, 2012 |
Into the world came ten tiny toes, a hundred times sweeter than one could suppose
A book for everyone who has ever kissed, and later missed a baby's ten tiny toes. Rhyming and sweet, this one would steal my heart even without illustrations!

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  shelf-employed | Oct 15, 2012 |
Who could resist Ten Tiny Toes? The cover alone, with it's absolutely adorable baby nibbling on his toes, will sell you on this book. But there's more. Open the cover and read this gentle tale of a baby, born with his precious ten toes, and learning to use them to walk and run and play, with illustrations from the beguiling Marc Brown….It will charm you and delight you and, if you are like me, ultimately make you cry. A perfect gift for that new little one. And, perhaps, a new classic.
Thank you to Little Brown for this review copy. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316129216, Hardcover)

Into the world came ten tiny toes,
a hundred times sweeter than one could suppose....

There's nothing sweeter in the world than a baby's ten tiny toes. From tiny feet nuzzled and tickled in the crib to bath time, playtime, and those very first big steps, here is a wonderful way to commemorate the unforgettable moments in a young child's life.

Marc Brown's adorable collage illustrations bring Todd Tarpley's rhythmic text to life in this tender read-aloud. It is a joyous celebration of the unbreakable bond of love that guides a child through each exciting milestone and beyond.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:21 -0400)

Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate a parents' joy as ten tiny toes enter the world and, later, learn to walk, bop, and jump.

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