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by Diane Redfield Massie

eBook The Baby Beebee Bird download ISBN: 0423862405
Author: Diane Redfield Massie
Publisher: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (September 7, 1972)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1151 kb
Fb2: 1141 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: mobi lrf doc lrf
Category: Educ
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching

The Baby Beebee Bird has been added to your Cart. First of all, I love Diane Redfield Massie, and so does my son. If you can get a hold of "Good Neighbors", published in 1972, do so, as it is a wonderful story that we read again and again, and a great intro to her work.

The Baby Beebee Bird has been added to your Cart. Redfield Massie was the principal oboist for the Honolulu Symphony, and she began writing children's books for her own brood. I can understand all the interest in reprinting this book, and making it larger than the original, as it was quite small.

The Baby Beebee Bird book. It's night time at the zoo, and all the animals are wide awake. The new baby beebee bird is keeping everyone up with his happy night song. Will they ever get some sleep? Get A Copy.

Автор: Massie Diane Redfield Название: The Baby Beebee Bird .

This book reveals the author& view of how we are discovering the transcendent in our daily existence and interpreting our individual synchronicity to find our destined purpose in life

The Baby Beebee Bird. by Diane Redfield Massie, Steven Kellogg.

The Baby Beebee Bird.

The new baby beebee bird is keeping everyone up with his happy night song. The zoo animals find a way to keep the baby beebee bird awake during the day so that they can get some sleep at night. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Written by Diane Redfield Massie. Illustrated by Diane Redfield Massie. Harper & Row Publishers, 1963. A tiny bird makes a big commotion!

Written by Diane Redfield Massie. A tiny bird makes a big commotion! Cute illustrations! Done. Taken on October 15, 2013.

Diane Redfield Massie, Steven Kellogg. It is nighttime at the zoo. The animals are asleep. Beebeebobbibobbi beebeebobbibobbi beebeebobbibobbi beebeebobbibobbi. The baby beebee bird, new to the zoo, is singing his song. ALL NIGHT LONG! Nothing the animals do or say will stop him. Until, that is, they come up with a plan to teach the baby beebee bird that nighttime is really best for sleeping - especially for little birds. The Baby BeeBee Bird, originally published in 1963, has been beloved by readers for generations.

The Baby BeeBee Bird, originally published in 1963, has been beloved by readers for generations

The Baby BeeBee Bird, originally published in 1963, has been beloved by readers for generations.

Comments: (7)
Cel
This is one of the most delightful children's books ever written. While most recently I bought it for a toddler's birthday, I have many happy memories of reading this over and over to my giggling son 30 years ago. For parents with babies who rarely sleep through the night, this timeless classic will definitely strike a cord.
Ger
My son loves giraffes, which is how I am assuming this book made it home from the library one day. My son immediately latched onto the book and it became the bedtime book that had to be read, every day, without question (I have read this so many times now that I have it memorized and have recited it over the phone to my son when I am out of town). Before we knew it our library checkout was due (after maxing out the number of extensions we could take on it!). We scrambled and found it on Amazon with prime shipping.

This book is a great kids book and can really be sold by having a great "beebee bird" voice. My wife and I try to compete to see who can lay down a better series of "bee bee bobbi". Kids of all ages will love this book.
Dorilune
Another one of our favorite books. Sometimes a kid is just head over heels for a book the first time they hear it and enjoys it every time it's read. I don't mind reading this book over and over again either due to the joy it brings my kids.
Invissibale
First of all, I love Diane Redfield Massie, and so does my son. If you can get a hold of "Good Neighbors", published in 1972, do so, as it is a wonderful story that we read again and again, and a great intro to her work. Redfield Massie was the principal oboist for the Honolulu Symphony, and she began writing children's books for her own brood. I can understand all the interest in reprinting this book, and making it larger than the original, as it was quite small. Also, I should say that ordinarily I love Stephen Kellogg, but well...YUCK! These pictures are garish and scary and sadly, they completely detract from the gentle and charming good humor of the original. My son has been waiting and waiting for the book to come. He was so excited to see it, but now that it is here, I'm disappointed. I will look for a copy of the tiny, lovely one we had as kids.
Kecq
My two year-old granddaughter is in love with this book! She first discovered this book at the library and requested it each time she visited. I decided that I should own one of her favorites to have at my house when she visited. The baby beebee bird is a cute story about sleeping and getting the days and nights mixed up. The illustrations are by Steven Kellogg, one of my favorites! His drawings have so much life and humor. The details on each page make for a great searching game, too. This is an all-time favorite! To my granddaughter it never gets old and to the reader it is a great time making the sounds of the zoo animals! Just the title is fun to say! This is a great time/read!
ChallengeMine
I read this book to my three daughters over 30 years ago. It was the favorite book of each of them, or at least it was the most requested. Every night, for years, I mumbled "Beebee bobbi bobbi, beebee bobbi bobbi, ...", until it became a recurring nightmare in my sleep! The book was bordering on an obsession for the children. I consider myself fortunate to have survived those years with my sanity intact! A whole generation was deprived of this enobling experience when the book went out of print. Gleefully, I discovered recently that the book is back in print in this nicely executed edition, I immediately ordered a copy for each of my daughters, chuckling madly. They all have children now at the right ages for the book. Now I am getting panic phone calls from my daughters, whose kids are thoroughly hooked on the book. My eldest's son grabs the book when he first wakes up in the morning and demands that it be read! Ah, revenge is sweet!
net rider
This is one of my favorite books for kids. I remembered my mother reading it to my little brother and found it in the library when my kids were small. I was thrilled when they re-released it several years ago. Now it's back again, with the original illustrations, which are sweet. This is a fun story to read and I look forward to getting it out and reading it to my grandchildren when I visit. I buy a copy whenever one of my kids has a baby and keep my copy on my own bookshelf.
While I love this book, and the service from bookseller was good, I was very disappointed in the illustrations. The story is the same, but the drawings of the Baby Beebee Bird are not the same as the book I had for my children and wanted for my grandchildren. Instead of a cute little round green bird, similar to ones we have here in Hawaii, the bird in this version is not cute at all, but kind of creepy. I didn't realize when I purchased it that there would be more than one artist...next time I will be more careful.