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Carry Me! #2019

Carry Me PreSchool Grade Sweet signature watercolors highlight three poems told from a small bunny s point of view Carry Me Talk to Me and Sing to Me express the animal s desires to be held close by a lovin

  • Title: Carry Me!
  • Author: Rosemary Wells
  • ISBN: 9780786803965
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Carry Me! By Rosemary Wells, PreSchool Grade 1 Sweet, signature watercolors highlight three poems told from a small bunny s point of view Carry Me Talk to Me and Sing to Me express the animal s desires to be held close by a loving parent, read to, sung to, and told stories Each picture, mainly in soft pastel hues, exemplifies a moment of shared happiness between child and parents The paintings,PreSchool Grade 1 Sweet, signature watercolors highlight three poems told from a small bunny s point of view Carry Me Talk to Me and Sing to Me express the animal s desires to be held close by a loving parent, read to, sung to, and told stories Each picture, mainly in soft pastel hues, exemplifies a moment of shared happiness between child and parents The paintings, generally one to a page, are on a background of white and are framed with a simple blue line The book speaks for all young children who yearn to be included in their parents lives The lucky bunny in this book is well loved by patient, caring adults and appears to be the center of their world Maryann H Owen, Racine Public Library, WI Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc All rights reserved.

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    1 thought on “Carry Me!

    1. I can honestly say that this is one of Rosemary Wells best books This one is super cute and has a pretty good rhyme rhythm I actually smiled while reading this book which is a different experience for me when reading Rosemary Wells Well written and extremely cute

    2. Although I enjoyed how Wells illustrated the importance of the parent children relationship, and her rhyming was well executed, I couldn t help but feel bored or even confused with some of the content Yet another Rosemary Wells novel that I would not recommend.

    3. A sweet rhyming story about a family of bunnies The young bunny wants to be carried, talked to, and sung to.

    4. Natalie seems to be enjoying regular picture books and , so I took a minute to hunt out a few by authors we know I grabbed this one by Rosemary Wells pretty quickly I liked that it had Max and Ruby ish bunnies I was a little let down that this book is really three illustrated poems, but not too disappointed I still enjoyed sharing the sound of the poems with Natalie as I read them aloud, and the topics of each were nice as well where we carry our babies, what we say to them, and what we sing to [...]

    5. Carry Me was a cute little story about a family of rabbits The son wanted to be held all of the time at first, but as time passed he wanted to be told stories about the things that he was seeing and singing along with the seasons It rhymed and the pictures were very soft and meaningful The colors went together and just made you feel calm and collected It reminded me of when I was younger and wanted to hear stories and asked a lot of questions It s a normal thing for that age group I liked this b [...]

    6. This is a story about a rabbit who loves to spend time with her parents She loves to be hugged, carried, talked to, read to and sung to It s about a child s desires for her parents attention Wells writes in rhyme and the rhythm can be heard through the words The wonderful illustrations are set in a picture frame Children will want to capture their own special moments with their parents after reading this book.

    7. The rhymes are awkward and if I put enough effort it, it s interesting to children but not to me Being a parent who doesn t carry kids past when they learn to walk, the section about ways he wants to be carried isn t endearing to me The Talk to me and Sing to me sections were cuter but not enough for me to enjoy the book due to the rhyming pattern I did like the casual reference to peas growing early in the spring.

    8. This was a sweet book about parents and children and love, illustrated with a bunny mother, father and baby Three things that children want from their parents Carry Me, Talk to Me and Sing to Me The illustrations are precious pastels, but I thought the text was a bit jumpy here it rhymed and there it didn t Nevertheless there were some heartwarming moments as the bunnies danced together in the moonlight, sat together on a bench, or showed their live for each other in many ways.

    9. I didn t really like this and Julia was bored I feel bad giving it even a two star rating so I definitely can t give it a one star I d only recommend this to parents reading to a very young child I d probably put the cut off age at around two years or so So, this turned out to be another case of me not looking close enough before grabbing.

    10. A cute picture book with characters that are familiar from Wells, though there isn t quite a theme that runs throughout It feels a bit random, and not in a necessarily good way for usual children s books.

    11. As you read, you can explain to parents that the text is encouraging helpful parent child interactions Tell parents that having conversations with and exposing their children to new experiences will help them learn.

    12. This book is a collection of three stories In Carry Me , the little rabbit wants to be carried In Talk To Me , the little rabbit wants to hear stories In Sing to Me , the little rabbit wants to be sung to The stories are all very simple and the illustrations are very cute.

    13. This one might be a little long for read aloud, but I loved the soft rhythm to it and that two portions were discussing talking and singing It would be easy to break it up into parts to read in storytime.

    14. ONE author illustrator Highlights sweet moments between parents and child Carry me, talk to me, and sing to me.

    15. A lovely picture book for the very young Wells uses her signature bunnies to illustrate three cheerful, sweet rhymes I adore the touches of silver in the illustrations.

    16. There are three stories in this book They all are pretty cute They are called Carry Me , Talk To Me , and Hold Me

    17. I love Rosemary Wells books She is second to Sandra Boynton when it comes to children books to read to preschoolers, toddlers and babies.

    18. These three poems are perfect for sharing with young children which is told from a young bunny s point of view.

    19. Someone somewhere might have a toddler or preschooler who would like to read this book, but it won t work in my story times The pictures are interesting

    20. This is a nice book of short poems especially for children Combined with Rosemary Wells inimitable illustrations, this book is sure to be a hit.

    21. Three beautifully illustrated poems that celebrate the parent child bond The joyful artwork and loving advice makes this a suitable picture book for new parents.

    22. Three parts of carry me, talk to me, and sing to me Cute illustrations but book feels wandering and random.

    23. This felt like two different books pushed together The one at the beggining and then the one toward the end Weird.

    24. Not an overly exciting book, but cute enough for its intended audience Water colored pictures are very sweet and calming.

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