The Knee Book

The Knee Book A charming simple riff on knees in the tradition of the classic Bright and Early body part books Cheerfully illustrated in colorful pen and ink the featured knees include those on mountain climbers

  • Title: The Knee Book
  • Author: Sylvie Wickstrom
  • ISBN: 9780375931161
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Library Binding
  • A charming, simple riff on knees, in the tradition of the classic Bright and Early body part books Cheerfully illustrated in colorful pen and ink, the featured knees include those on mountain climbers, kangaroos, cats, skiers, skaters, trapeze artists, tap dancers, soccer players, hippos, flamingos, elephants, cheerleaders, grasshoppers, skateboarders, and numerous otheA charming, simple riff on knees, in the tradition of the classic Bright and Early body part books Cheerfully illustrated in colorful pen and ink, the featured knees include those on mountain climbers, kangaroos, cats, skiers, skaters, trapeze artists, tap dancers, soccer players, hippos, flamingos, elephants, cheerleaders, grasshoppers, skateboarders, and numerous others This is a super simple beginning reader, perfect for anybody lucky enough to have knees From the Hardcover edition.

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    1. The Knee Book by Graham Tether is similar and also a little out there. It discusses the uses if knees and what would happen without them, but it's really talking more about legs than knees. That kind of annoys me. It's not very scientific. At least the illustrations in this book are cutemsradius/2016/07/juv

    2. The "My Big Book of Beginner Books About Me" is the most embarrassing section of Dr Seuss' bibliography, where he was just putting out books for the dolla' dolla'. Two-stared everything.

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