A funny and encouraging alphabetic book about all the things animals CAN'T do but kids CAN Every parent teaching their children new skills will be happy to have this super-positive picture book on hand.
Bees can't ride bicycles, penguins can't play ping-pong, and zebras can't go zip-lining. No one is good at everything, but that shouldn't stop you from trying Here is a funny and encouraging picture book for any child learning how to tie their shoes, ride a bike, spell their name, or do a variety of new things.
Follow a hilarious alphabet of animals, and see all the things they can't do but kids can--from doing gymnastics to flipping pancakes to playing a xylophone. Along the way, young readers will learn that it's okay if they can't do everything; they can still have a LOT of fun trying.Author:
Doubleday Books for Young ReadersPublished:
11.00h x 8.80w x 0.50dISBN:
Ages 4-8Review Citation(s): Kirkus Reviews
About the AuthorSTEPH LABERIS
ANNA LAZOWSKI is an award-winning senior producer at CBC Radio, based in Winnipeg. She has an MA in journalism from the University of Western Ontario and a BFA (Honors) degree from the University of Manitoba. T. Rexes Can't Tie Their Shoes is her first book. Learn more about Anna's writing at annalazowskibooks.com, and follow her on Facebook at @AuthorAnnaLazowski, on Twitter at @anna_lazowski, and on Instagram at @annalazowski.
graduated from Rhode Island School of Design. She creates art for children's products and books, including the Grumpy Cat books for Little Golden Books, My Little Golden Book About Sharks
, and My Little Golden Book About Dinosaurs
. Learn more at stephlaberis.squarespace.com, and follow her at @StephLaberis on Twitter and @steph_laberis on Instagram.