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My Favorite Things

My Favorite Things Raindrops on rosesand wkiskers on kittens Bright copper kettlesand warm woolen mittens My Favorite Things Rodgers and Hammerstein s beloved song from The Sound of Music has captured the hearts of ch

  • Title: My Favorite Things
  • Author: Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II Renée Graef
  • ISBN: 9780060287108
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Raindrops on rosesand wkiskers on kittens,Bright copper kettlesand warm woolen mittens My Favorite Things, Rodgers and Hammerstein s beloved song from The Sound of Music, has captured the hearts of children young and old for generations Its magical images cream colored ponies and girls in white dresses paired with its lilting rhyme, never fail to delight.Now accRaindrops on rosesand wkiskers on kittens,Bright copper kettlesand warm woolen mittens My Favorite Things, Rodgers and Hammerstein s beloved song from The Sound of Music, has captured the hearts of children young and old for generations Its magical images cream colored ponies and girls in white dresses paired with its lilting rhyme, never fail to delight.Now acclaimed illustrator Renee Graef gives this classic song new meaning with heartwarming full color illustrations Of a loving family and their life throughout the course of a year Complete with the score of the song, My Favorite Things is both a wonderful book for families to share and a gorgeous keepsake to cherish.

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    1. We brought this book home from the library last night and I have read it to son #2 at least a dozen times already. We went through it six and a half times in a row before bed tonight. I'd finish singing it, and he'd turn it over and hand it to me again to read.It's beautifully illustrated, the words are as charming as ever, and obviously I don't have to be Julie Andrews for him to love it.

    2. I had this on my wish list and then a young friend of ours participated in a ice skating show based on this song and I thought I would order a copy for her birthday. And of course, if I'm going to order a copy for her, we certainly needed to have our own copy to make sure the book was indeed a good gift. I was drawn to it to because of the illustrator, Renee Graef who illustrates many of the My First Little House Books. I will warn you though, it's hard to read it without singing it. So clear yo [...]

    3. I love books I can sing to my children instead of just read. This one combines one of my favorite things, I mean songs, with appropriate and well-rendered illustrations. What can be better, especially when I have a preschooler who loves to hear her books sung as much as I like to sing them? Well, there's also the fact that I can't read it without an overwhelming desire to watch The Sound of Music on a cold winter night, a nostalgia for my teenage years when my friends and I did just that.

    4. This isn't fake sweet, like "Love You Forever" or "The Velveteen Rabbit", though song and illustrations combined do skate close to that edge. It's the sort of book grandmas buy as gifts, but the sweetness is genuine and of course there's a great Richard Rodgers tune to sing it to. Besides, what do you expect from a book of a song from "The Sound of Music"? :D

    5. This is about a little girl who talks about her favorite things. She talks about raindrops on roses whiskers on kittens, and more. She like mittens because they keep her hands warm. She likes animals made out of chocolate, birds flying in the sky on a night when the moon is out. She likes little white dresses with snowflakes on them. Her favorite things helps get through a bite or a sting.

    6. Lovely presentation of a classic song with beautiful accompanying illustrations. But then again, I am a bit biased to like anything associated with The Sound of Music. I love the inclusion of the song's sheet music at the end.

    7. I love this song and I think it has such a great idea to have it as a book. The message of thinking about the good things when things are bad is such a good one to remember and I really enjoyed it! I think it would be great to read and sing with kids and for them to learn the meaning.

    8. This book was recommended by our librarian and was a wonderful choice. We read it over and over again and looked for it to check out again on our next trip to the library. It is a keeper and I plan on surprising my daughter for Christmas with it.

    9. Beautiful illustration to the well known tune of My Favorite Things. Might be fun to play the song and follow along with the book. If you have any musical skills the sheet music is located in the back of the book as well.

    10. *Picture Books* The pictures in this book are very well done. It includes the music from the famous song in the back.

    11. I absolutely adore Renee Graef's illustrations, and like that she is a Wisconsin illustrator. Look for the kids wearing Packers jackets in the book!

    12. The illustrations are beautiful! This is one of my favorite songs and to see it in a picture book format is wonderful!

    13. With wonderful illustrations, combined with some of the best lyrics in the world, this book is a keeper for young and old!

    14. Nice illus, beautiful song, and simple enough for Storytime.Lists all the favorite things first, then has the "When the dog bites" part just once at the end.

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