Mine!

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This adorable, playful, picture-based board book features two very young children and an adorable dog navigating the troubles and triumphs of sharing. Full color.

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This adorable, playful, picture-based board book features two very young children and an adorable dog navigating the troubles and triumphs of sharing. Full color. Have you ever had a toy you really really liked?  Have you ever had a lot of toys you really really liked?

Have you ever said "MINE!"?

If so, this book is for you!

Enjoy this adorable, playful, picture-based book about two very young children and an adorable dog navigating the troubles and triumphs of sharing, now available in a board book edition.

Specifications

Publisher
Random House Children's Books, Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers
Book Format
Board Book
Original Languages
ENG
Number of Pages
30
Author
Shutta Crum
ISBN-13
9780375863462
Publication Date
August, 2012
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
6.90 x 7.00 x 0.70 Inches
ISBN-10
037586346X

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This was a wordless bo...
This was a wordless book with the exception of the word "mine" on several of the pages. The story depicts siblings and their issues with sharing. I love using wordless books with students because they allow for lots of questioning using the pictures and it is fun to have kids come up with their own dialogue.
Most helpful negative review
Summary: A story about...
Summary: A story about sharing between siblings (and a dog). Genre: Wordless Book Personal Reflection: I liked the use of the single word ''mine!'' and how impactful it is in this story, just like in real life. Concept: This is a good story to help teach little ones about sharing and what's really important: your family.
Most helpful positive review
This was a wordless bo...
This was a wordless book with the exception of the word "mine" on several of the pages. The story depicts siblings and their issues with sharing. I love using wordless books with students because they allow for lots of questioning using the pictures and it is fun to have kids come up with their own dialogue.
Most helpful negative review
Summary: A story about...
Summary: A story about sharing between siblings (and a dog). Genre: Wordless Book Personal Reflection: I liked the use of the single word ''mine!'' and how impactful it is in this story, just like in real life. Concept: This is a good story to help teach little ones about sharing and what's really important: your family.
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Loved the pictures and...

Loved the pictures and the story here. The playfulness the artist captures really paints a heartwarming picture of family life at an early age.

This was a wordless bo...

This was a wordless book with the exception of the word "mine" on several of the pages. The story depicts siblings and their issues with sharing. I love using wordless books with students because they allow for lots of questioning using the pictures and it is fun to have kids come up with their own dialogue.

The toddler picks up t...

The toddler picks up toys scattered around the feet of the two children and announces firmly, "Mine." The baby grabs one remaining toy and tosses it into the air where it lands in the dog's water bowl with an enormous splash. The toddler picks up all the toys and tosses them into the water bowl. The dog collects all the wet toys and gathers them up in a heap under himself, announcing, "Woof?" The toddler pats the dog's head, saying, "Mine!" The baby, falteringly, stands, walks a few steps, and then falls happily on the toddler, shouting, "Mine!" The final panel shows a wet floor, with two sets of grownup feet gathering up the two children and cleaning up the mess. Simple and immediately understandable to young children.

Very cute, very funny ...

Very cute, very funny book about sharing(or not) and first friends. I love that we are down on the floor with the toddlers and only see the adults from the knees down.

Two children and a dog...

Two children and a dog learn the valuable lesson of sharing. After fighting over toys the children realize its much more fun to play together.

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