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I Love My Tutu Too! (A Never Bored Book!)
By (author): Ross Burach Illustrated by: Ross Burach
9781338599329 Electronic book text, ePIB English Juvenile: Age (years) from 2 - 4, Grade (US) from P - P JUVENILE FICTION / Imagination & Play Mar 03, 2020
$8.99 CAD
Active 32 pages Scholastic Inc. Independent Publishers Group Scholastic Press
* "A rollicking tutu lovefest." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

In this jubilant rhyming romp, a penguin, a bear, a toucan, and even a gnu (who knew?) are all wearing their tutus today. As a parade of other curious critters join the fun -- I know a ewe with a new tutu. You do? I do. Woo-hoo! -- the number of tutus grows, until they reach 10 tutus. Then it's time to dance!



Abundant alliteration and rollicking rhythms will have little ones laughing and dancing till they drop -- and joyfully learning to count along the way.

Ross Burach is the creator of the riotously funny picture books The Very Impatient Caterpillar, which the Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books called "supercharged" in a starred review, and the acclaimed Truck Full of Ducks, a CBC Children’s Choice Award Finalist, as well as the board books I Love My Tutu Too!, dubbed "A rollicking tutu lovefest" in a starred review from Kirkus Reviews, Potty All-Star, and Hi-Five Animals!, named the best board book of the year by Parents magazine. Ross's work can also be seen in the Acorn early reader series Bumble and Bee. Ross lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York. You can visit him online at rossburach.com.

Praise for I Love My Tutu Too:

* "This is much more than a counting book; it is a rollicking tutu lovefest expressed with plenty of alliteration, rhythm, and, most especially, a clever play on homophones: ... Burach's bright cartoons are whimsical and humorous, the animals' faces brimming with expression...Who knew a tutu-clad clan could have so much fun?" -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

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