Mama Eat Ant, Yuck!

Mama Eat Ant Yuck This book uses simple rhyming text to tell a funny story in the family life of one year old Emma her Mama and Mommy and her siblings The large colorful illustrations delight children as well as adu

  • Title: Mama Eat Ant, Yuck!
  • Author: Barbara Lynn Edmonds Matthew Daniele
  • ISBN: 9780965670029
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book uses simple rhyming text to tell a funny story in the family life of one year old Emma, her Mama and Mommy, and her siblings The large, colorful illustrations delight children as well as adults The child friendly title is repeated throughout the book, especially delightful for two year olds who love to shout out a beloved phrase and are proud of knowing the appThis book uses simple rhyming text to tell a funny story in the family life of one year old Emma, her Mama and Mommy, and her siblings The large, colorful illustrations delight children as well as adults The child friendly title is repeated throughout the book, especially delightful for two year olds who love to shout out a beloved phrase and are proud of knowing the appropriate moments Suitable for reading to children from newborns to 7 year olds Gay friendly preschool literature is a long overdue resource for parents and teachers, both gay and straight ABOUT THE AUTHOR Barbara Edmonds was born in Tokyo, Japan where she lived for four years before moving to California where her parents taught her that race, religious affiliation, and sexual orientation have no effect on a person s character In 1978 she moved to Oregon where she continued her chosen career of working with children by opening Barby s House, a home based daycare center for infants and toddlers where the motto was No war toys, disarmament begins in the playroom She is now the owner of Hundredth Munchy Publications, a company which believes that tolerant toddlers become tolerant teens The author wants young children with gay parents to feel included in the world of preschool literature, but she believes it is equally important for young children with straight parents to learn the value of diversity and the power of love It is her hope that future generations will live in a world where discrimination and bigotry are known only through history classes.

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