I didnt read the print version. i just thought my son would enjoy listening to stories about another little boy. BOY did he!
My son keeps pulling the punch line, "Zoo We Mama"... I dont get it, but he and his little sister think its pretty funny.
He had far too many.
It makes my son laugh ALOT.
I am on my 3rd time listening to this book. We are ordering the next book soon, but i cant get over how much my son loves it.
The pace of the story was great and kept you interested.
yes. it was hard to leave it.
In my son's eyes, number 1
Both are excellent.
There are 8 stories so each has its own good qualities.
Very good Tuturial.
There are 7 stories so each has its own moments.
there are 7 stories, so they are all good.
We have listened to it at least 4 or 5 times. My son really likes it.
I didnt have a favorite.
I could have. There were may times i was angry I had to stop it.
Don't listen with the kids inthe car unless they can't hear. it's got ALOT of foul language, but it works and i kept laughing and laughing.
Absolutely... and I already have.
It was a variety of stories and it kept my son thinking and involved with the stories. he loves them and he is only 5.
i love them both because they remind me of my 2 kids.
Probably not because once yo know the end the thrill is gone.
it had alot of twists and kept you interested.
The validation that working mothers are not allowing career or selfish desires to supersede "mothering" in the traditional tense. I am a wonderful mother of wonderful children who will learn from my example that women do not need to subordinate themselves to fit in. And that I did not over do mothering activites to prove myself.
Loved her emotion and passion for the topic.
i dont know??
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