Caillou: Learns to Skate by Marion Johnson

Caillou: Learns to Skate

byMarion Johnson, Eric Sevigny

Kobo ebook | October 1, 2013

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Caillou is learning to skate. With a lot of tumbles, the help of a chair and loads of encouragement from Mommy and Daddy, Caillou begins to get the hang of it.
Title:Caillou: Learns to SkateFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 1, 2013Publisher:Chouette Publishing, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:2897181346

ISBN - 13:9782897181345

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good choice My kid is a huge Caillou fan and this was one designed to get him ready for learning to skate this winter. So, for us, a great choice. Easy for toddlers to follow along. The usual self-evident images. So, not much wrong here, if you like Caillou.
Date published: 2012-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great book Recently my son and I went to the bookstore and he got to pick two books for me to get to read to him. I was very surprised when he passed all the Disney books and many of the others and picked two Caillou books. Instead he wanted the simple stories from the Caillou book which are much like the TV shows by the same name that he watches occasionally. The books are brightly illustrated and are a joy to read. In this adventure, Caillou decides he wants to be a hockey player, because he likes watching hockey on TV. His father builds a back yard rink and his parents try to teach him to skate. It doesn't always go well. But Caillou learns a valuable lesson. On the Chouette Publishing website it states that the purpose of the Caillou books is to "provide a way for young children to better understand what they are experiencing and to find the words to express their feelings. Using everyday situations and written from a child's point of view, the books help children cope with the various developmental stages of their lives." They definitely do that. From the two we have read and what we have seen of the show, it is great for children of all ages.
Date published: 2012-05-21