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From the author of Room on the Broom, follow-the-leader has never been so much fun!  There's a hullabaloo at the seaside when wobbly toddler takes a walk and is soon joined by a joyful troop of human and animal friends. They wander happily along with a clip clop, hurry scurry, flip flop, toddle waddle, but where will they go and who else will they meet along the way? JauntFrom the author of Room on the Broom, follow-the-leader has never been so much fun!  There's a hullabaloo at the seaside when wobbly toddler takes a walk and is soon joined by a joyful troop of human and animal friends. They wander happily along with a clip clop, hurry scurry, flip flop, toddle waddle, but where will they go and who else will they meet along the way? Jaunty rhymes and bright, bold pictures ensure that even the youngest child will love this simple, playful story, a wonderful introduction to onomatopoeia....

Title : Toddle Waddle
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ISBN : 9780230706484
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Toddle Waddle Reviews

  • Shanaz Khan
    2019-02-04 15:26

    This picture book is about a young toddler taking his friends to a trip to the sea-side. The narrative of the book consists of repetitive action rhyming words. The pictures are also bold and bright which is very eye-catching for a young reader. In the very beginning of the book there is a huge picture of the toddler and in big letters the words ‘toddle’ as that is the action the toddler makes when he walks. As the toddler walks, he picks up various people and animals to join him on his journey. This enables the child to become familiar with the surroundings of a beach, different animals and becoming familiar with action words. I would use this to teach so the children could come up with rhyming words themselves and also see if the children could match the pictures to the action words.

  • Melanie
    2019-01-30 21:29

    Nice simple book which my kids loved to follow along. Big bold pictures on each page that reflect the words. They especially loved the repetition. It starts off with "Toddle, waddle" the next page is "Flip-flop, toddle waddle." Following is "Hurry,scurry, flip flop, toddle waddle" get the picture! This carries on for about 6 pages then it changes pace to a couple of pages of other things like "Dance prance, twirl whirl, bash crash and so on... my kids get a kick out of all the sounds/words and also acting out the story too. Deceptively simple but fun.

  • Katie
    2019-01-28 18:52

    No story, just lots of sounds of animals/people going for a walk to the beach, and fun fair.Tried twice at a storytimes and babytimes - didn't engage with the audience.Why? I am not sure. There just wasn't enough story or rhyme?I had higher expectations.2 stars because I liked the illustrations- perhaps with more dialectical input it might have worked more?

  • Emma
    2019-02-01 15:53

    We read this as a library book. It is a really good one for Ll (five months), mostly because of scope for funny voices, and the rhythmic text. It's quite sing-songy and that's the kind of text he's up for right now. I love Nick Sharratt's illustrations, this is why I picked this up. They're so clean and warm. Very European, I guess.*edit*Still loved at 13 months*edit*And at 16 months!

  • Katie Fitzgerald
    2019-01-26 15:34

    How have I never seen this book before? This would have been great for my small-group toddler story times - and it might even be adaptable for the flannel board. It would be fun in a parade or follow-the-leader themed story time, or in a story time focused on silly sounds.

  • Emily Baddeley
    2019-02-16 21:43

    A perfect book for a younger child. My little ones knew it off by heart after a few reads

  • Becky
    2019-02-04 19:47

    This is the best book for kids 1-2 years old ever written!!!! If you have a baby/know someone with a baby - buy this book!

  • Elisabeth
    2019-02-07 18:40

    An almost perfect choice (why can't it be a little bigger?) for baby storytime, but I will plan on using it for "What's that Sound" story time anyway.

  • Ste Bristolco
    2019-01-24 17:39

    Good for word/picture memory games. Lots of detail in the drawings to look at. Fun way to introduce onomatopoeia

  • Claire O'Brien
    2019-02-11 17:44

    Julia Donaldson on top rhythmic form and Nick Sharrett capturing the atmosphere of a visit to the seaside. Love the last spread, a top depiction of night.

  • Lorna Dounaeva
    2019-01-25 15:30

    My two year old adores this book!

  • blondemummy
    2019-02-14 21:52

    Great book for little ones to be able to 'read'

  • Rachael Farnsworth
    2019-01-21 17:33

    I just do not understand this book, although A loves it. Points for the illustrations but I wince each time this appears from the bookshelf. Which is often.

  • Shallowreader VaVeros
    2019-02-14 22:44

    Heavenly onomatopoiea to the rhythms of the narrative. Loved it. Geeat for toddlers and storytime sessions.

  • Michelle Brandstetter
    2019-02-12 15:31

    SL Skills - Print motivation, print awareness, & phonological awareness.

  • Becks
    2019-01-20 23:29

    Merekara's first fav ;-)

  • Vinitha
    2019-01-29 15:48

    A real fun book which teaches kids about rhyming words and sounds. My 3 year old had so much fun reading this book. Highly recommended

  • Brandy
    2019-01-24 18:35

    One of our favorites from the library (Violet is currently 3 months old).