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by Gulshan Iqbal,Jane Simmons

eBook Daisy and the Egg (English-Urdu) (Daisy series) download ISBN: 1840591757
Author: Gulshan Iqbal,Jane Simmons
Publisher: Milet Publishing; Bilingual edition (January 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 36
ePub: 1163 kb
Fb2: 1105 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Jane Simmons, Gulshan Iqbal. This is a beautiful book.

Jane Simmons, Gulshan Iqbal. Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three of her own and one for Mamma Duck. The family is interesting with Daisy having a Mum and and Aunt (open to various interpretations depending on the reader's context) who collaborate to raise each others babies and nurture each other. The book has a firm idea of the child as capable and complexly characterised.

Jane Simmons Daisy and the Egg (English-Urdu) (Daisy series). Fans of Jane Simmons's celebrated read-aloud Come Along, Daisy! will be happy to see the endearing duckling back in this sweet picture-book companion

Jane Simmons Daisy and the Egg (English-Urdu) (Daisy series). ISBN 13: 9781840591750. Daisy and the Egg (English-Urdu) (Daisy series). Fans of Jane Simmons's celebrated read-aloud Come Along, Daisy! will be happy to see the endearing duckling back in this sweet picture-book companion. This time, Aunt Buttercup is sitting on an egg for Daisy's mom, and young Daisy can't wait for her new brother or sister to be born. But when all three of Aunt Buttercup's eggs hatch, Mama's green egg doesn't! "'Some eggs just don't hatch,' said Mama Duck. Come and play with your cousins, Daisy.

Part of the DAISY series. Illustrated with full colour artwork. Daisy and the Egg" is a story about dedication and not losing hope. With Daisy's cousins hatched and her brother did not, Daisy panicked but never lost hope. No one had faith in the hatching of the. Tam incelemeyi okuyun.

Fans of Jane Simmons's celebrated read-aloud Come Along, Daisy! will be happy to see the endearing duckling back in this sweet picture-book companion. Daisy and the Egg. (Part of the Daisy the Duckling Series).

But Daisy the duckling didn't Описание: A first flap-book about sight. Come and see Rosie's room. There's staring, peeping, looking and reading.

But Daisy the duckling didn't. She was busy chasing dragonflies and bouncing on the lily pads. When she looked around Mamma Duck wasn't there any more. Daisy Duck was all alone. Описание: A first flap-book about sight.

Daisy and the egg. by. Simmons, Jane. Daisy the duckling eagerly awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister, even helping Mama Duck sit on the egg while they wait for it to hatch. no page number in the book. Ducks, Animals, Eggs, Brothers and sisters, Ducks, Animals, Eggs, Brothers and sisters, Picture books. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three of her own and one for Mamma Duck. Daisy is so excited—soon she will have a little brother or sister. But hatching an egg isn't always that easy, as Daisy soon finds out. show more.

The Daisy books have been a massive hit with both my children. Daisy sets a fine example to any older sibling: patiently sitting on the egg until it eventually hatches. Simple stories beautifully told and a real pleasure to read out loud. My three year old and I were plunged into a fairly difficult, but probably necessary, discussion of why some eggs don't hatch at all. Forewarned is forearmed - be prepared for this question!

Daisy and the Egg/ Bookseller. Jane Simmons, already a deserved award-winner, is just so funny.

Daisy and the Egg/ Bookseller. Simmons speaks straight to her audience through her dynamic yet affectionate pictures. Delightfully appealing. Daisy and the Egg/ Books for Keeps. 2000 Daisy and the Beastie. There’s a Beastie lurking in Grandpa’s farm. Daisy and the Beastie/ The Independent. 2002 Shout Daisy Shout! With her signature sweeping brush strokes and wider range of colours, Simmons manages to convey both anxiety and calmness with her paintbrush alone.

Author:Simmons, Jane. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Daisy and the Egg by Jane Simmons (Hardback). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Daisy's Auntie Buttercup is sitting on four eggs: three of her own and one for Mamma Duck. Daisy is so excited—soon she will have a little brother or sister. But hatching an egg isn't always that easy, as Daisy soon finds out.
Comments: (7)
Мох
Was the perfect gift for my husband and almost here baby! Great condition except for a small marker scribble but i am sure it wont be the last book i have with marker scribbles.
hardy
Great condition even though used from an old public library. The story was sweet and teaches patience. I'm able to read this to my baby in Vietnamese with the help of the English translation in case I'm stuck on a word.
Rich Vulture
Sometimes you have to wait and have patience - that's what this cute little duck shows his Mom! An endearing story for young kids to know that sometimes the wait is worth it!
Keel
great book
Xurad
This book by Jane Simmons has a special place in my family history. In 1999, I was in my late 20s and suffering from endometriosis and primary infertility. My husband and I had tried for a year to have a baby, but it wasn't happening for us. Around Christmastime, we were shopping together downtown and I happened to open a copy of Daisy and the Egg that was part of a table display in a shop. As I read through the story, tears came to my eyes. I shut the book and left the store.

At Christmas, guess what one of my gifts was? My husband had returned for the book, and inside he wrote, "I love you. I have faith that if we wait and pray, we'll get one, too. Thanks for wanting to be Mama Duck with the faith of Daisy. - Your Loving Husband" - and along with it, this Bible verse, Mark 11:24 - "Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours."

The book was a little something for me to hold on to. Our first "keeper" came within a year. 10 years later, we have three boisterous boys. We did have trouble getting all of them, including "eggs" that didn't hatch (miscarriages). But they are here and it's great.

I hadn't thought about this book in years, but tonight I was talking on the phone with a girlfriend who is going through similar problems. After I hung up the phone, I thought about the book and I went to my closet and found the place where I had carefully placed it out of the way of little hands. I immediately called her back and read her the book from cover to cover, including my husband's inscriptions. Both of us were in tears by the time we finished.

Whatever you think about this as a children's book (and I think it's sweet), it is a very touching book for grown ups facing infertility or miscarriage.
Granirad
Well, the last Daisy book I read ended in "Hello, Daisy!", "Hello, Granny!" so I'll admit I wasn't ready for some of the issues in this book. Specifically, there is a suggestion of surrogate mothers (the Aunt is sitting on the egg instead of the mother of the egg) as well as the possibility of a pregnancy that doesn't end happily. In this case, the egg doesn't hatch and the Aunt and Mother abandon the egg ("Some eggs just don't hatch" says the Mother Duck). Daisy doesn't give up. She sits on the egg and it hatches so we have our happy ending.

If your child is older than mine (mine was 18mo when I read this to her), be prepared for the following questions:
1) Why isn't the mommy sitting on the egg?
2) Why does the mommy leave the egg?
3) Why don't some eggs hatch?

If you feel like delving into these questions, this is a great book. If you're not in the mood, best to hold off on this one.

(Beautiful pictures, of course, as expected from the Daisy books.)
Contancia
The illustrations of this book are beautiful--they make me want to cup Daisy and her cousins (and little Pip) in my palm--and the story is lovely. Despite one reader's feeling that there's no message (or an inappropriate message), I think children have the right to literature that's more than didactic, that represents dramatic or emotional or natural situations for their amusement or wonderment or pondering. And ducks sit on eggs for other ducks. And sometimes, eggs don't hatch. True to character, though, Daisy is curious, determined, and sweet--this is why she sits so diligently on the egg and is able, through her own determination, to win over her doubting Mama. By the last page, when Daisy and Mama and Pip watch the sun rise on his "hatching day," I had a tear in my eye, and my nine-month-old was still interested in the bright and duck-filled pictures.
This book not only has beautiful illustrations, but also has an engaging story that young children will sit quietly to hear. As a preschool teacher I have watched my 3-5 year olds ask me to read it again and again. The message of perserverance is a good one and that's what the children seem to focus on when they hear it. "Daisy did it!". I can't wait to read the first book about Daisy. I plan on purchasing this book to add to my personal library for when I have children of my own.