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by Sue Heap

Free eBook What Shall We Play? download ISBN: 0763616850
Author: Sue Heap
Publisher: Candlewick; 1st U.S. ed edition (April 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1749 mb
Size FLAC: 1253 mb
Rating: 4.6
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Accept an invitation to play-and see what a pair of fairy wings can do! When Martha wants to play cars.

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Accept an invitation to playand see what a pair of fairy wings can do! When Martha wants to play cars, Martha, Matt, and Lily May turn into beep-beep cars in a traffic jam. And when Matt wants to be wibbly-obbly Jell-O, all three of them shake and wiggle away. But Lily May really wants to play fairies. She even brought her wings and her wand.

What Shall We Play? book. Sue Heap has illustrated many books for children, including the New York Times best-selling How To Be a Baby, by Me, the Big Sister by Sally Lloyd-Jones. She is also the author-illustrator of Danny's Drawing Book and the illustrator of Polly's Pink Pajamas by Vivian French. Sue Heap lives in England.

What Shall We Play?, Four Friends Together, and Four Friend in the Garden teach important lessons to preschoolers who are .

What Shall We Play?, Four Friends Together, and Four Friend in the Garden teach important lessons to preschoolers who are learning how to get along. In What Shall We Play? Lily May must wait for her turn to choose a playtime activity.

Sue Heap is a British children's book illustrator

Sue Heap is a British children's book illustrator. She has illustrated over thirty books, some of which she also wrote – including Cowboy Baby, winner of the Smarties Prize Gold Award in 1998. She is also noted for her creative collaborations; with Nick Sharratt, Sally Lloyd-Jones and, most recently, Teresa Heapy. Several of her picture books have been nominated for the Greenaway Medal, and her collaboration with Sally

By (author) Sue Heap. Free delivery worldwide. Sue Heap is the author-illustrator of Four Friends in the Garden, What Shall We Play?, and Cowboy Baby. She lives in Oxfordshire, England.

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Amy loves her blankie, her bear, her bunny, and her bird very much. Mine " she proudly crows.

A wonderfully fanciful tale that celebrates the inventiveness of children at play.

The group's games include being trees, automobiles, felines, and even some Jell-O. Ultimately, Lily May's virtuous patience is amply rewarded when, with a sweep of her wand and the utterance of "abracadabra," the children become airborne sprites. A wonderfully fanciful tale that celebrates the inventiveness of children at play.

Shall I ask him to call? But these carpets are priceless. It would be an act of e. ell, sheer vandalism. William and Harry appeared at the top of the stairs. They were dressed in pyjamas with Bart Simpson slippers on their feet. We’re sleeping on a mattress, piped Harry. In sleeping bags, bragged William. Pa says we’re having an adventure. Diana showed the Queen around the house.

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Accept an invitation to play—and see what a pair of fairy wings can do!When Martha wants to play cars, Martha, Matt, and Lily May turn into beep-beep cars in a traffic jam. And when Matt wants to be wibbly-obbly Jell-O, all three of them shake and wiggle away. But Lily May really wants to play fairies. She even brought her wings and her wand. Will she ever get her wish?With a simple narrative and bright, child-friendly illustrations, Sue Heap captures the give-and-take - and the unpredictable magic - of play time.
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Fast Lovebird
We use this book at our preschool. Our copy got loved beyond usefulness. The teacher's begged me to replace it.
Murn
A nice book about patience, compromise and also about fantasy and fun. A girl named Lily May is playing with friends, and even though they don't want to try the game she suggests, she still has fun... Finally they all do play her game -- playing fairies -- and they enjoy that as well. Nice, sweet, simple story.
Xig
I read this book to a group of 2 and 3 year olds and they loved doing all the actions with the kids in the book. Little kids love to play lets pretend, and we expanded by thinking of other things they could pretend to be. The illustrations are totally cute and the text fits right in. I like how the letters are large and the text is next to the character who it pertains to.