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What Do You Want? by Lars Klinting

What Do You Want?

by Lars Klinting

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What do you want? Identifies one thing and asks what does the main object/person/thing want (whats next)
  rjames1071 | Nov 7, 2013 |
It's simple text and wonderful illustration. Every page lets kids guess what the next page is. Kids can imagine and make connection with their real life.
  Tien.Nguyen | Sep 7, 2011 |
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What Do You Want? blends simple text and charming illustrations by Sweden’s renowned Lars Klinting. “The rooster wants . . . its hen. The bee wants . . . its flower. The little brother wants . . . his band-aid.” Turning from page to page has baby and parent wondering what comes next, each time finding an answer that is a tiny bit surprising but also very satisfying. Delightful in its simplicity and ideal for bedtime reading, What Do You Want? showcases the author’s classic picture book style.

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