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by Anna Grossnickle Hines,Sarah Hines-Stephens

eBook Bean's Night: Bean Books download ISBN: 0152016023
Author: Anna Grossnickle Hines,Sarah Hines-Stephens
Publisher: Harcourt Children's Books (April 15, 1998)
Language: English
ePub: 1387 kb
Fb2: 1334 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

by Sarah Hines Stephens & illustrated by Anna Grossnickle Hines & developed by appropo. Comfy-cozy digital version of a board book (one of a 1998 trio) featuring a black cat and a squeaky toy mouse.

by Sarah Hines Stephens & illustrated by Anna Grossnickle Hines & developed by appropo. Here, views of Bean snoozing beneath a window sandwich a brief nighttime stalk and chase.

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Sarah Hines Stephens, Sarah Hines-Stephens, Anna Grossnickle Hines. Bean enjoys the simple pleasures in life-a bouncy ball, a windup mouse, and a warm windowsill. But when a newborn arrives in Bean, the curious black cat isn’t sure what to think. In Bean’s Games and Bean’s Night, little ones will be tickled by this frisky cat’s silly games and nighttime antics.

In Bean s Games and Bean s Night, little ones will be tickled by this frisky cat s silly games and nighttime antics.

Anna Grossnickle Hines. 25 Total Resources 26 Books Name Pronunciation. Author Interviews 4. Interview with Anna Grossnickle Hines about Pieces. Created by Cynthia Leitich Smith. Our Original Resources 1. Audio Name Pronunciation with Anna Grossnickle Hines. Created by TeachingBooks. Created by Miss Rumphius Effect. Interview with Anna Grossnickle Hines. Created by Kids Bookshelf.

My Grandma is coming to town.

My Reading Log. My Lists. My Grandma is coming to town. Cassie Bowen takes witch lessons. What can you do in the rain?

Sarah Hines-Stephens wrote the books to welcome her first nephew-eighteen years ago- and has since gone on to publish many titles for children.

Sarah Hines-Stephens wrote the books to welcome her first nephew-eighteen years ago- and has since gone on to publish many titles for children. Anna Grossnickle Hines, author and illustrator of numerous books already, was thrilled to join forces with her daughter and do the colored pencil illustrations for this trio of books to honor her first grandson. Now Anna has scanned the original drawings, digitally enhanced, separated, and animated them for the apps

Bean enjoys the simple pleasures in life-a bouncy ball, a windup mouse, and a warm windowsill. But when a newborn arrives in Bean, the curious black cat isn’t sure what to think. In Bean’s Games and Bean’s Night, little ones will be tickled by this frisky cat’s silly games and nighttime antics. With its simple language and soft but spirited illustrations, this board book trio is sure to delight babies and amuse cat lovers again and again.
Comments: (4)
Zinnthi
Bean is the first book our 2 year old wants to "read" aloud to us. She loves to see Bean bound around the house in different situations, chasing string, hiding in the closet. It will make you want a little black bean cat of your own.
Ballardana
When we first got this book I was disappointed - a cat chasing a mouse, with two words per page (bean runs, bean looks, etc.). But my 10 month old has taken a liking to it - she looks at the pictures excitedly when we read it.
Domarivip
We read this to my daughter when I was still pregnant with her. She loved it then and 7 months later she still loves it. I have ordered the other Bean books because she likes this one so much. The pictures captivate her and the story is fun to follow.
Uthergo
I've been reading this book to my toddler-age twins off and on for a year now, and they still get such a kick out of it. (Of course, acting it out along with bean enhances the entertainment factor.) The pictures and the story line are sweet and simple, and perfect for early readers.
Hurus
When we first got this book I was disappointed - a cat chasing a mouse, with two words per page (bean runs, bean looks, etc.). But my 10 month old has taken a liking to it - she looks at the pictures excitedly when we read it.