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eBook Little Fawn (Look-Look) ePub
Author: Golden Books
Language: English
ISBN: 0307118940
ISBN13: 978-0307118943
Publisher: Golden Books (February 16, 1985)
Pages: 24
Category: Biological Sciences
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 238
Formats: lrf docx mbr rtf
ePub file: 1606 kb
Fb2 file: 1996 kb

ISBN13:9780307618948. Release Date:January 1985.

ISBN 10: 0307118940 ISBN 13: 9780307118943. Publisher: Golden Books, 1985.

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As a pediatric dentist, this book needs a little revision. The room they show him go back to "like a spaceship" looks terrifying. I bought it to do a preschool presentation and luckily read it in advance. I bought this book for my 6 year old, after he developed anxiety about going to the dentist. He didn't have any problems before, but then he had to have a tooth extracted and the anxiety went crazy. Earlier this year he needed sealants, and he refused to even open his mouth for the dentist to LOOK.

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Text and photographs detail a day in the life of a fawn as it explores a mountainside, hides from predators, and sleeps.
This is not one of your better Golden Books. First, fawns show no expression, and the pictures are just not enough to make up for this deficit. (We should be cooing. These are baby deer for goodness sake.) What you get is picture after picture of a fawn laying down in the grass; looking this way, then that way.

The story is not much either. Mom leaves the baby and the baby sleeps, sees a bunny, then gets up and wanders off where the fawn sees an older fawn. The little fawn can't keep up with the bigger 'cousin' so he is left behind. The little guys then goes up to the top of his mountain, looks around, goes home and then goes to sleep. <yawn>

Two Stars. If your child likes pictures of deer they might like this book. There is virtually nothing to learn about deer here. The pictures are uninspired, and there is no plot action. It's not horrible, but I would be remiss if I suggested purchasing this book.
This was my daughter's favorite book. At around 12 months old she chose it every night for bed and as soon as she could say short sentences she would memorize parts of the book. She still loves it at 3 years. She loves animals so the real life pictures of animals could have something to do with it.
I love this book and have since I was little. As an early childhood teacher I have shared tis book with many children over the years and the children have always responded well to it. Currently we have a child (2 year old) who seeks out this book everyday to read. The story is simple and the photo's are beautiful, children enjoy seeing something real and don't need all the frills.
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