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Number of Pages: 26
Vendor: Sterling Publishing
Dimensions: 6.75 X 6.75 (inches)
Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
Giving up a security blanket can be very hard for a child—but since it was first released a year ago, No More Blanket for Lambkin has helped little ones make that developmental leap. Now, this delightful story is in the popular board format and with an irresistibly appealing touch-and-feel feature: Lambkin’s soft blanket on the front cover.
Although little Lambkin has lots of toys, books, and pretty clothes to dress up in, all she really wants is her blanket. She never lets it go—until Ducky comes over for a playdate and gently helps Lambkin give up her beloved blankie and join in the fun.
Praise for No More Blanket for Lambkin!
"The overall feel is one of gentleness, from the soft style of illustrations to the tone of the dialogue between the two friends. This is a sweet book about two different friendships, one that fades away with age, and one that is strengthened with time and caring." — School Library Journal
Praise for No More Diapers for Ducky!
* “[D]estined to find a permanent place in a child’s library. Ford and Williams tackle this…theme with a freshness apparent in both the language and the artwork…This entertaining tale that teaches by example will be welcomed by adults and youngsters alike.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“…sends a valuable message about children approaching big transitions on their own terms, and the book’s airy design; brief, oversize text; and droll watercolors…are right on target.” —Booklist
Praise for No More Pacifier for Piggy!
"...the simple text and engaging illustrations will attract the intended audience and should...serve as a conversation starter for adults looking for ways to broach this sticky subject."—School Library Journal