|Title:||As Big as You|
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|ePUB size:||1956 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1986 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Knopf Books for Young Readers (March 12, 2002)|
Elaine Greenstein’s springtime palette celebrates the growing of a child in a setting abundant with nature. And parents don’t have to stop at the last line!.
Elaine Greensteins springtime palette celebrates the growing of a child in a setting abundant with nature. As big as you by Elaine Greenstein is tender book that depicts the growth of a newborn baby. Told from a mother's perspective the child's growth is compared to the growth of seasonal fruits, vegtables, animals and plants. Although I found some of the comparisons a stretch ("- your cheeks as plump as pinecones", "your tummy was as roly-poly as a squash"), the overall content of the book was charming. The illustrations were soft, friendly and inviting. Young toddlers will definitely find pleasure in having this book read to them over and over again.
When you were born, you were as big as a cabbage. as quiet as a mouse, it opens, and then you grew large as a pumpkin and bouncy as a bunny. Readers see the babe in the spring, with a mouth dainty as a strawberry and in the summer high as the tomato plant. In the fall, when the child’s hand is wide as an oak leaf, her mother makes an appearance at last, swinging the child in her arms and assuring that someday soon, you’ll be as big as me! The text usually faces a full-page image, done in decorative rhythms and shapes. A double-paged spread supports each animal image
com Product Description (ISBN 0375813535, Hardcover). When you were born, you were as big as a cabbage, Your knee was as round as a radish, Your ear as wee as a sweet pea. You were as quiet as a mouse. Through spring, summer, winter, and fall, baby grows and so do baby’s arms, and legs, and nose! In autumn, he’s as large as a pumpkin; in winter, he’s as full as a holly bush, and in spring, he’s as long as the lettuce patch. And someday, one day, he’ll be as big as mama.
As big as you. 1st ed. by Elaine Greenstein. Published 2002 by Alfred A. Knopf in New York. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
GREENSTEIN, Elaine 1959- Personal Born May 8, 1959, in New York, NY; daughter of George (a baker) and Adele (a nurse) Greenstein. Education: Boston University, . 1981; Pennsylvania State University, . Source for information on Greenstein, Elaine 1959-: Something About the Author dictionary. As Big as You, Random House (New York, NY), 2002. Ice Cream Cones for Sale!, Scholastic (New York, NY), 2003. One Little Lamb, Viking Penguin (New York, NY), 2004.
ELAINE GREENSTEIN, a children's book author and illustrator, is like a character in one of her own books. Ten years ago, she moved from Manhattan to Wilmot Flat, . where she became known as one of the best gardeners in town and the most generous with her harvest. Occasionally, she would tiptoe into a neighbor's fledgling garden in the middle of the night and leave her huge eggplants and tomatoes as a surprise. Ms. Greenstein, 36, was also known among friends for her gutsiness. Little girls fly, radishes grows as big as footballs, and pillbox hats talk.
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Illustrated by Elaine Greenstein. Sarah, an old lady, lives by herself. She misses her grown children, so, she watches the children who wait for the school bus near the big evergreen tree. Although Sarah smiles at them as she walks by, they ignore her. When she notices a little boy, dressed in blue, who can't enjoy the snow play because he has no mittens, she finds some blue yarn and knits a pair of mittens, which she hangs on the tree at the bus stop