Ten Tiny Toes by Caroline Jayne ChurchHuge illustrations, well-placed repetition, and fun rhymes make this book a hit for children under one year old. It is becoming one of my sons favorite books because he enjoys looking at the little boys face in the story. The text is perfect for reading out loud in a sing-songy voice, which also enhances the reading experience. It is also fun to point to and/or touch each body part as it is mentioned in the book. For older children, the book features plenty of actions that they can follow along with. Ten Tiny Toes would go along wonderfully with the song Head, Shoulders, Knees, & Toes if it were being read aloud to a group of children.
Tiny fingers with tiny toes to match, you were handed to me and my world entered a new demention Bundled in your pink baby soft blanket, I was holding you for the very first moment Your cheeks I remember were so soft and had an aroma of baby fresh accented with the feel of fresh fallen snow If the world stopped that moment my life now would have been complete Watching you grow from tiny fingers and tiny toes into this incredible person who now like her mom, has a pair of tiny fingers and tiny toes Report Reply. Bonnie, Beautiful in every way, some really vivid images and heartwarming thoughts Your quilled pen is as sharp as ever! Take care, Robert Report Reply. I love this poem so many memories flooded back when I was lucky enough to be in the room when my baby was born. He was the most glorious baby I ever laid eyes on..
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