1 edition of The little i who lost his dot found in the catalog.
The little i who lost his dot
Little i can"t wait to meet his friends at school, but there"s just one problem: he can"t find his dot anywhere? Each letter offers a replacement an acorn from Little a, a balloon from Little b, a clock from Little c but nothing seems quite right.
|Statement||Kimberlee Gard ; illustrations by Sandie Sonke|
|Contributions||Sonke, Sandie, ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
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"With many alphabet books in circulation, it takes originality and creativity to make another A,B,C book stand out; finding a book like The Little i Who Lost His Dot is like finding the sweet blueberry in the mix of the bland" —Tulsa Book Review "As the title indicates, a missing dot becomes the device for a whimsical alphabetic romp.5/5(19).
Little i hadn’t noticed it was missing. All of the letters offer to help find it, bringing him vaguely dotlike objects and using verbs that correspond with their names. “Little b burst forward with a balloon,” and “Little d dashed over with a donut.” Little i is offered variously an egg, a gumball, a kiwi, an oyster shell, and : Kimberlee Gard.
The Little i Who Lost His Dot is a clever twist on the typical alphabet book. Early readers will enjoy connecting the lower Little i shows up on the last day of school without his dot.
His classmates, the other lower case letters of the alphabet, are concerned with little p pointing and little s staring/5. "With many alphabet books in circulation, it takes originality and creativity to make another A,B,C book stand out; finding a book like The Little i Who Lost His Dot is like finding the sweet blueberry in the mix of the bland" —Tulsa Book Review "As the title indicates, a missing dot becomes the device for a whimsical alphabetic romp.
Editorial Reviews "With many alphabet books in circulation, it takes originality and creativity to make another A,B,C book stand out; finding a book like The Little i Who Lost His Dot is like finding the sweet blueberry in the mix of the bland" —Tulsa Book Review "As the title indicates, a missing dot becomes the device for a whimsical alphabetic : Familius.
Get this from a library. The Little i who lost his dot. [Kimberlee Gard; Sandie Sonke] -- "Little i can't wait to meet his friends at school, but there's just one problem: he can't find his dot anywhere.
Each letter offers a replacement--an acorn from Little a, a balloon from Little b, a. We absolutely love this colorful and fun story about the little "i" who lost his dot. I bought it for my 2-year-old niece and she keeps referring to it as the "The Little Boy who Lost His Eye." She loved it.
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He also had a moustache with a little black dot above it. This is why everybody called him Monsieur Le : Jade Maitre. A tender story of a lost little bunny being sought (and found) by his mother.
Look for the delightful details in the illustrations, such as the mother's ears sticking up in the grass or the bunny's face peeking out from among the ferns. This is a great book to read to a child in need of a little reassurance.
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It wasn’t lost at all, just playing hide-and-seek, as sharp-eyed readers may already know—having seen it hidden in the illustrations. Dot is a little girl from Australia who goes on adventures usually involving animals in her country like a kangaroo, with the song "Red Kangaroo".
Dot is the main character and protagonist of the posthumous novel Dot and the Kangaroo by Ethel C. Pedley and the film of the same name and the eight sequels that followed directed by Yoram Gross. Dot is aged between five and seven according.
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There are no stakes in privileging one comic book reproduction format over. Dot ventures out into the bush determined to finally locate the little lost joey and reunite him with his mother.
On her way she meets a silly bunny rabbit who tries to convince Dot that he is the joey she is looking for. Dot is delighted by his antics and names her new companion 'Funny Bunny'.
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