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Where Does It Go?

There is a proper place for children to put their possessions. The text asks, "Where does Tavo put his socks? On the dog's paw? On his nose? In the wading pool?" Young children enjoy seeing the photographs that show objects in silly places. After looking at the possibilities, they turn the page and see the answer. "Tavo puts his socks on his feet, where they belong." The questions and bold photographs engage children in interacting with the simple read-along text. Sharing this book is an excellent way to help young children develop oral language, critical listening, creative thinking and the contagious giggles that eventually lead to a love of reading. Ages 2-6.
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Author:Hildebrand, Joan M.
Publication:Childhood Education
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Mar 22, 1993
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