Ten Tiny Toes

I LOVE YOU THROUGH AND THROUGH, GOOD NIGHT, I LOVE YOU, and now TEN TINY TOES!

Caroline Jayne Church brings her adorable toddler art and lovely rhymes to this joyful twist on the tried-and-true classic, HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES, AND TOES. From ears that wiggle to bellies that giggle, TEN TINY TOES is sure to inspire little ones as they learn to celebrate their “mouth, ears, eyes, nose, and a love that grows and grows.”

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3 Comments

  1. New Favorite! I recently went to the bookstore to find myself something to enjoy over spring break, and of course instead walked out with an armload of children’s books. Although they were all enjoyable this particular book stands out as being my son’s favorite. At only a year old he’s not much for reading, or for being still, but the second I break out this one he scrambles over and climbs in my lap for almost the entire duration. He loves the repetition and the involvement when I point to…

  2. Cute, but not my favorite… I was very excited to order this book since my 17 month old son really enjoys other books by the same illustrator (I Love You Through and Through, How Do I Love You?, Thank You Prayer). Unfortunately, I find it slightly cumbersome to read the repeating text “Mouth, ears, eyes, nose, arms, belly, legs, and ten tiny toes!” I just can’t find the right rhythm to rhyme ‘nose’ and ‘toes’ without rushing through the in-between words. My son does enjoy acting out the motions (touch your…

  3. Solid choice for story time Ten Tiny Toes is a solid choice for toddler/baby story time, as it is a perfect way to teach body parts and movement. The illustrations are as adorable as you would expect from this talented author/illustrator, and the text is simple, straightforward and effective. I would recommend that story time leaders read this through a couple of times before using in a group, as it does not have a typical flow. After a bit of practice, I was able to find a good rhythm and was able to time the…

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