Delivering the favorite nursery rhyme and finger play standard, Novak gets a giggly response to "Itsy-Bitsy Spider" from a live audience of young children.He shares the whimsically expanded stories in a recorded story-time, similar to what one might find at a local library. Enjoy with the little ones.
You'll also hear: "A Glass of Water", "Mon-Daw-Minth", "Jack", "The Snake's Disguise", and "Betsy and Jason."
For Ages Pre-K to Grade Three
©1991 David Novak; (P)1994 August House Publishers, Inc.
yes ,very easy listen very engaging ,helps the reader form very vivid images in their mind
the way it was narrated with the sound effects
the sound effect ,and His voice was very compelling
both It was funny and at the same time very easy to relate to
I liked it a lot so I made all my friends listen
This audiobook is a bit different from what I'm accustomed to. It is actually free-form storytelling, complete with songs/ditties, sound effects, emotional voice inflections, and so on. My 6yo and 3yo are very engaged by this audiobook.
The sound quality is a bit fuzzy, probably because the stories were recorded from a live performance, but it doesn't seem to get in the way of my kids' enjoyment of the stories.
"my grand daughters loved this"
i brought this for my grandchildren to listen to when we have sleep overs. they are 3 and 5 they loved it they kept asking for it over and over again. we sing the rhyme together so maybe that is why they enjoyed the first story so much
again im not sure i just love the fact he made my grandchildren smile and ask for more
think this is great and cant wait for next sleep over so we can listen to more. the 5 yr old also picked books she knows from school but this was the one she wanted to hear first .
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