Whose Hat Is That? by Anita BijsterboschWhose Hat Is That? by Anita Bijsterbosch

Whose Hat Is That?

IllustratorAnita Bijsterbosch

Hardcover | April 25, 2014

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Whoosh! The wind blows a hat up into the air. Does the hat belong to the cat? Or the rooster? Maybe it belongs to the snake or the cow? Or the peacock, the horse or the polar bear?All the animals look good wearing the hat. But whose hat is it really?A playful, funny story about the wind, a hat, and a group of animals. For children ages 3 and up.
Hi! I'm Anita. I was born in 1961 in The Netherlands. My entire life, I have loved reading. As a child, I could spend hours thumbing through books, looking at the pictures and hoping I could one day make such beautiful illustrations myself. I studied the images down to the smallest detail and made up my own little stories to go along w...
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Title:Whose Hat Is That?Format:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 8.5 × 11.75 × 0.33 inPublished:April 25, 2014Publisher:ClavisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1605371858

ISBN - 13:9781605371856

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PRAISE/AWARDS FOR WHOSE HAT IS THAT?Best Book Award, Gold Seal, Oppenheim Toy PortfolioSNAP (Special Needs Acceptance Project) Award, Oppenheim Toy PortfolioA well-illustrated, well-told repetitive-pattern book is worth its weight in gold in a classroom of beginning readers, and this one fills the bill perfectly... .This book is right up there with the royalty of pattern books such as Bill Martin Jr.'s Brown Bear, Brown Bear and Janet and Allan Ahlberg's Each Peach Pear Plum. Delightful and useful." - School Library Journal"Whose Hat Is That? has all the essential ingredients for a first-rate reading and learning experience for preschoolers. To start, the story follows a predictable pattern... .There is an opportunity to identify rhyming words and practice others. ... The pattern continues with the sound the animal makes... .an ideal opportunity for children to join in the reading... .the perfect read-out-loud for ages 1-6.' - Books 4 LearningPraise for CHAMELEON SEES COLORS by Anita Bijsterbosch:"Fun to read with little ones just learning colors. These brand-new color experts will undoubtedly love shouting out the name of each color that can be seen through Chameleon's little window. If you're looking for a unique color book to read to your toddler or preschooler, give this one a shot!" - Open Shut Them, Washington Centerville Library blog "