Pustakalana Bag of Books #4 (2-5 years)

  1. 1 2 3 Count With Me (Sian Tucker) - Hardcover 24 pages

Teddy bears, racing cars, pirates, and penguins come alive in lift-the-flap pages in a colorful and exciting counting book written in singsong verse).
    1. Maisy Goes to Preschool (Lucy Cousins) - Paperback 32 pages

    Preschool for Maisy means a day filled with friends and things to do, from the time she hangs her coat on a special peg to the time she says good-bye. There’s painting and snack time, stories and nap time (and a bathroom break in between). Soon everyone’s ready to haul out the instruments and make some noise, then head outside for a turn at the sandbox or slide. In a bright, full-size storybook full of familiar scenes, this child-friendly look at a day in the life of a preschooler is one that newcomers and seasoned pros alike will be happy to share.

    1. This is the Way We Go to School (Edith Baer/ Steve Bjorkman)

    Some children walk to school; others ride a bus. Children go by ferry in New York, vaporetto in Italy, trolley car in San Francisco, and helicopter in the Alaskan Tundra. With fun-filled rhymes and colorful illustrations, children will discover just how much fun getting to school can be.

    1. Madeline Says Merci ( John Bemelmans Marciano) - Harcover 48 pages

    Madeline loves adventure and is not afraid of mice. She loves winter, snow, and ice. And she also knows the secret of being polite is simply to be kind to others. With help from her friends--Miss Clavel, the girls, and even Pepito-Madeline introduces basic ideas such as please and thank you, sharing, cleaning up, and so much more. With its charming illustrations and humorous verse, this new book is a must-have for Madeline fans of all ages.

    1. If I Ran The Circus (Dr. Seuss) - Hardcover 64 pages

    Step right up for Dr. Seuss’s classic rhyming picture-book tale of young Morris McGurk’s big circus dreams. This circus has more than a mere lion tamer and trapeze artist! At the Circus McGurkus, you’ll be intrigued by the wink-hooded Hoodwink, terrified by the Spotted Atrocious, and amazed by the daring feats of the great Sneelock. And these are just a few of the astonishing things you’ll find under this big top. Told with the humor and originality that are synonymous with Dr. Seuss, If I Ran the Circus is a crowd-pleasing showstopper!

    Anindita Prameswari
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