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The Wicked Big Toddlah (2007)

by Kevin Hawkes

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The full-page, colorful, entertaining illustrations add a lot to the story of Toddie, "a wicked big toddlah." This story, told by Toddie's sibling, follows Toddie from birth through what seems to be the first year of his life. The storyline is positive with regard to the addition of a new sibling, and children may genuinely enjoy reading about what happens as this giant toddler plays and grows. The illustrations are detailed and entertaining enough for children and adults, and it is a great story to share regardless of the number of children in a family. ( )
  leibrockkr | Sep 26, 2012 |
Toddie is just like any other baby, except he's really, really big (the size of a house). He is brought by a stork, flying through a snow storm in the middle of the night, to join his New England family. His Uncle proclaims "That's a wicked big toddlah!" and that's how Toddie gets his name. He's just like any other baby, except instead of eating the ice cream, he eats the ice cream truck, instead of bathing in the tub, he bathes in the bay (and plays with the toy boats!). Toddie's world is full of family, friends and neighbors who take care of him and his giant needs. Beatifully illustrated, the warm coloring and rich details of the story bring New England to life. The story, on the other hand, lacks structure. Toddie arrives as a baby, yet he's instantly a toddler, his family is instantly ready to take care of this giant addition, and he eats houses as if they're food. Basically this giant "toddlah" terrorizes the town and no one does anything. Children between 4 and 8 would enjoy this silly little tale. ( )
  queenoftheshelf | Oct 17, 2011 |
The first year of giant baby Toddie's life is full of amusing situations as his caregivers figure out how to bath, feed, and change him.
  paceacademy | May 11, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375824278, Hardcover)

Absolutely nothing exciting happens in Maine . . . nothing, that is, except for the birth of one giant baby. "That's one wicked big toddlah you got there!" exclaims Uncle Bert . . . and so Toddie is named.Toddie's a baby just like any other . . . sort of. The thing is, he's big—really big. That means really big diapers, really big teeth, really big everything. From new booties that wear out the knitter to a bath in the ocean (it's fun to play with boats!), Toddie goes through all the stages of baby's first year . . . it's just a little different for Toddie.Kids will laugh out loud as they see Toddie get into more and more trouble. . . it's time for giant laughs all around!

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A year in the life of a baby in Maine who is just like any other baby except that he is gigantic.

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