prized picture books

Neumeyer, Peter F.
July 2007
Mothering;Jul/Aug2007, Issue 143, p80
The article recommends several picture books for children including Lois Ehlert's "Eating the Alphabet: Fruits & Vegetables From A to Z," Ellen Stoll Walsh's "Mouse Paint and Mouse Count" and Nicola Smee's "Clip-Clop."


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