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Free eBook No Hitting!: A Lift-the-Flap Book (Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books) download ISBN: 0448436124
Author: Karen Katz
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap; Ltf edition (October 7, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 14
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1438 mb
Size FLAC: 1710 mb
Rating: 4.9
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With the help of this book, toddlers will love learning to say NO to hitting?and screaming and squeezing and yelling?and YES to fun! .

With the help of this book, toddlers will love learning to say NO to hitting?and screaming and squeezing and yelling?and YES to fun! Refreshingly honest and all too true.

I do love the other Karen Katz books, and was GREATLY disappointed with this book. He liked it, so we read it to him a few times, although I instinctively felt it was not teaching the concept of sharing the way I believed it should be taught.

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Серия: "Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books". That& not fair! It& mine! For toddlers, sharing can be a hard concept to grasp, but with the help of this book, they& learn that sharing can also be fun! Featuring simple, repetitive text and adorable toddlers, this playful little book is the perfect way to introduce the magic of sharing. Издательство: "Dunlap" (2004). Reproductions: ; applique; Hurwood, 1975: p. 212. Источник: Katz, Karen. См. также в других словарях

I love Karen Katz's books but was disappointed that this one isn't really a board book style. I have a very vigorous flap lifting child which has resulted in torn pages after just a week

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). I love Karen Katz's books but was disappointed that this one isn't really a board book style. I have a very vigorous flap lifting child which has resulted in torn pages after just a week. But I mean, at least he apologized to the book after he tore the page.

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With the help of this book, toddlers will love learning to say NO to hitting?and screaming and squeezing and yelling?and YES to fun! Refreshingly honest and all too true, this funny book is perfect for toddlers, and parents will find it a painless way to steer their little ones toward, shall we say, more acceptable behavior!
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Mojar
My son’s preschool recommended that we get a few “no hitting” books to help him get through a hitting phase he’s had. This book covers more problem behavior than hitting, but I felt that it was also going to give him ideas about behavior he is not exhibiting, such as squeezing a cat and sticking his tongue out. I also don’t like that it isn’t a board book; the pages are thick paper but I can still see them ripping.
Ariurin
We got this for our 2 year old daughter. She loves the book, and the flaps that lift are a clever way to show things to do that aren't hitting. However, some of the pages have odd alternatives to the bad behavior shown. It's not a big issue, but it's just not how we would approach the situation.
Yayrel
It's a cute book with a great message that's easy for younger children to understand. It's a different type of lift the flap book in the sense that you don't really open a flap but rather lift the entire page. This being said, it's definitely harder for my son to try and rip the "flap" off so that's handy.

I plan on purchasing more books by this author.
Ieregr
I really like this book and so does my 2 year-old (25 months) but it's NOT a book about hitting; prospective buyers should know that before they buy. This book is about "anger" in general. It highlights the typical toddler physical manifestations of anger and suggests alternative, acceptable behaviors to cope. The book has nice "key" words that my toddler loves to hear me emphasize, then she repeats them such as: "Bang bang" and "Scribble scribble". She really connects with the drawings and is pulled in by the flaps. However, I was expecting a book about "hitting" when I ordered "No Hitting" and this book did not deliver. This book has *one* page about hitting and the rest is about acting out physically in other ways. I bought "When I Feel Angry" by Cornelia Maude Spelman to cover the anger issue. I was looking for for a book completely about hitting and how it hurts people and is not okay. I bought "Hands Are Not For Hitting" by Agassi PhD and Marieka Heinlen but that book was far too long/wordy for a two year-old. Unfortunately there aren't many books that are concise, attractive to a toddler and get the point across on the subject of hitting. Just keep in mind this book is about "anger" if you buy it. I'm thinking of buying the board book version of "Hands Are for Hitting" as one reviewer "complained" it was too short and that's right up our alley with a 2 year-old.
Reemiel
This is a pretty bad book for several reasons: 1. Only the first page deals with hitting. The rest of the pages deal with other behavioral issues which just gave my toddler ideas (squeezing the cat, etc.) 2. The flaps to lift are so big that they take up the entire page, so it is really just teaching my toddler to turn pages the wrong way. 3. The one page that deals with hitting says to not hit babies. It doesn’t discourage hitting of anyone else.
Lestony
This was a great purchase! We love Karen Katz. It took a while before our baby was old enough to begin to comprehend the anger/emotional management ideas suggested by the book, but setting the foundation early has helped a lot. The sentences are simple and direct. That gives us the opportunity to turn each page into a talking point. My mom is an elementary counselor and Katz is an author she highly recommends for guiding little ones.
SmEsH
My daughter loves Karen Katz books and likes this one bc she's 3 but this one.... Worst ever. Instead of hitting they either hit bang or jump on objects or lick a Popsicle instead of sticking tongue out at mommy? Rewards for not being an. A-hole! Yay! Not
This is a terrible book, we won't be reading it to our son. Whilst I understand what the author was trying to do here, I don't think it's helpful to be reading your child lines such as - "I'm mad! I want to squeeze the cat". Why on Earth would you put ideas in kids' minds like this? I bet an awful lot of cats got squeezed after well-meaning parents bought their little ones this book.