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by Yoriko Tsutsui

eBook Before the Picnic (Early Discovery Book) download ISBN: 0399214585
Author: Yoriko Tsutsui
Publisher: Philomel; 1st American ed edition (September 2, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1702 kb
Fb2: 1172 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books

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Sashi's excited activities before a family outing prove to be more of a hindrance than a help. This a book we turn to again and again because of the incredible illustrations - soft, bright cute, easy to for the toddler to follow the text. All the fun of watching somebody else be naughty. com User, January 18, 1998. Akiko Hayashi is a very popular illustrator in Japan - clear, engaging pictures with plenty of detail. The story is mainly the parents' remarks as they see the scenes shown in the illustrations, so it makes an ideal read-to.

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Mariko gets into mischief on the day of the big picnic--she tries to help pack the lunch but makes a mess instead, accidently rips the travel bag, and tries to look pretty with Mother's special things--but somehow Mother and Father understand
Comments: (4)
Anaginn
This is a super cute book that makes me laugh every time I read it to my daughter. The plot is simple, a two- or three-year-old Sashi (we change her name to our daughter's) is about to go on a picnic with her mom and dad. She genuinely tries to help her parents pack and get ready for the day, but it goes about as well as you would expect with a very young child. I'm sure that any parent can relate to their child "helping" in this same way; my daughter's still trying to grasp the difference between clean laundry that goes out and dirty laundry that goes in. Sashi's parents are very understanding, although the look of shock on their faces in some of the pictures is pretty funny. They end the book finally going to the park for their picnic, smiles on all their faces. The book is a little bit Japanese, with the food items and how they keep their shoes outside, but aside from that, I think a child of any nationality can identify with Sashi.
TheJonnyTest
This was a childhood favorite of mine- a gift from a dear aunt. I bought it for my son so he could also enjoy the enchanting illustrations and fun story. Great condition and the book was just as I remembered it :)
Wenyost
Akiko Hayashi is a very popular illustrator in Japan -- clear, engaging pictures with plenty of detail. The story is mainly the parents' remarks as they see the scenes shown in the illustrations, so it makes an ideal read-to. My own children have enjoyed this book in Japanese, and my nephews enjoyed the book itself in English, plus the glimpses into everyday life in Japan. I heard from a friend who attended a talk by the author recently that the pictures show the state of her own house on the day that the illustrator visited to talk about the pictures -- the author had been in bed with a cold while her daughter took advantage of the lack of supervision...
DarK-LiGht
Anyone trying to get ready for anything with a toddler will appreciate the effort it takes to get them out of the house. This a book we turn to again and again because of the incredible illustrations - soft, bright cute, easy to for the toddler to follow the text.