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Series

Works by Robie H. Harris

Maybe A Bear Ate It! (2008) 820 copies
Happy Birth Day! (1996) 303 copies
Don't Forget to Come Back! (1978) 221 copies
Goodbye Mousie (2001) 203 copies
The Day Leo Said I Hate You! (2008) 199 copies
Hi New Baby! (2000) 128 copies
Mail Harry to the Moon (2008) 89 copies
Crash! Boom! A Math Tale (2018) 76 copies
When Lions Roar (1669) 71 copies

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Common Knowledge

Legal name
Harris, Robie H.
Birthdate
1940
Date of death
2024-01-06
Gender
female
Nationality
USA
Birthplace
Buffalo, New York, USA
Occupations
auteur kinderboeken
Relationships
Levy, Elizabeth (cousin)

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Reviews

Oh my goodness, I am also using this early math and shape concept book in ECRTR. I would agree with other reviewers in that it is more of a shape book than it is a math book. However, sleepy puppy works on figuring out how to make a bed out of blocks. And there are limited numbers of rectangles, triangles, squares, etc.

The problem solving in this book is also great. Not many books include this, computational thinking really, anymore. It inspires me and reminds me that STEM is indeed approachable in storytime settings.… (more)
 
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msgabbythelibrarian | 13 other reviews | Jun 11, 2023 |
A picture book that introduces math in gentle, subtle ways?! NICE!

A picture book that embodies STEM in gentle, subtle ways?! NICE!

Everyone can relate to trying to build a tall tower. And what happens when it falls down. "Crash! Boom!" is a great one to get young ones thinking about these concepts.
 
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msgabbythelibrarian | 3 other reviews | Jun 11, 2023 |
This book teaches children the importance of eating healthy. This is a plot story Children learn the different places to get healthy food. Children also learn the different kinds of fruits, meat as well as vegetables that they can use to create healthy meals.
Age: 3-9
Source: Amazon
 
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Kashe22 | 5 other reviews | Mar 15, 2023 |
It's Perfectly Normal offers young people the information they need — now more than ever — to make responsible decisions and to stay healthy. Also reflects the recent input of parents, teachers, librarians, clergy, scientists, health professionals, and young readers themselves. Includes Tactiles.
 
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BLTSbraille | 23 other reviews | Oct 20, 2022 |

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Works
44
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Members
5,246
Popularity
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Rating
4.0
Reviews
352
ISBNs
194
Languages
9

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