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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brenda Silsbe; Kathy Stinson; Robert N Munsch; Michael Martchenko; Findaway World, LLC.; TumbleBook Library.; Annick Press.; Playaway View.
|Notes:||Title from Playaway View label.
Release date supplied by publisher.
Previously released by TumbleBook Library, c2010.
Issued on Playaway View, a dedicated video media player.
Powered by rechargeable battery ; container includes one electrical power adapter.
Earphones not required for audio playback.
|Description:||1 video media player (39 min.) : digital ; 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||The bears we know / [author: Brenda Silsbe ; illustrator: Vlasta van Kampen] (4 min.) --
Big or little / [author: Kathy Stinson ; illustrator: Robin Baird Lewis] (3 min.) --
I have to go! / [author: Robert Munsch ; illustrator: Michael Martchenko] (6 min.) --
Ma, I'm a farmer / [author and illustrator : Michael Martchenko] (11 min.) --
Purple, green and yellow / [author: Robert Munsch ; illustrator: Helene Desputeaux] (9 min.) --
Stephanie's ponytail / [author: Robert Munsch ; illustrated by Michael Martchenko] (6 min.).
Big or little: Sometimes Matthew feels little and sometimes Matthew feels BIG! This story will delight young children, and show them that, big or little, they're all special in their own way!
I have to go!: When Andrew's parents ask him if he needs to go pee, Andrew says "No, no, no, no" and then, minutes later ... "I have to go pee!" Andrew yells. Driving in the car, stuffed in his snowsuit, and tucked into bed ... Andrew has to pee! Kids will love this hilarious book. When you have to go, you just can't wait!
Ma, I'm a farmer: Fred doesn't care for work, especially his city job. One day, just like that, he tells his bewildered mother, "Ma, I'm a farmer!" That'll be a relaxing change.
Purple, green and yellow: Brigid really loves markers. But when she draws on herself with super-permanent ink, she knows that spells trouble.
Stephanie's ponytail: None of the kids in her class wear a ponytail, so Stephanie decides she must have one. The loud, unanimous comment from her classmates is: "Ugly, ugly, very ugly." Steadfast, when all the girls have copied her ponytail, she resolves to try a new style.