Kid Tea by Elizabeth Ficocelli
  

Synopsis

Kid Tea by Elizabeth Ficocelli

Monday, fun day, mud-pies-in-the-sun day. What do you get when you dunk two muddy kids in a bathtub full of clean water? Kid Tea! The water in the tub changes color to match the food the brother and sister ate or the things they played with during the day. Brown for mud, purple for popsicles-a different color of kid tea for each day of the week! Kids will enjoy the repetitive, sing-song text: Dunk me in the tub, please, for blue kid tea! Glin Dibley's playful art rendered in acrylic, color pencil, and digital techniques lends a hand in helping children learn about colors and the days of the week.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 3-7

Author

Elizabeth Ficocelli
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Publication date

1st June 2007

ISBN

9780761453338


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