As the years go by, the members of Leo Leotardi"s family continue to think he is just a baby.
|Other titles||I am not a baby!|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M4784485 Im 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004003220|
I’m Not A Baby is the perfect story for your own child. They will follow Mike, just like Tiger faithfully does, as constant setbacks fail to hinder him. That’s because Mike is like every child – full of wonder, curiosity, and willing to learn from his mistakes/5(12). Jill McElmurry's I'm Not A Baby! addresses labels by having the family of her main character, Leo Leotardi, give Leo the label of "baby," which follows him throughout most of his life. Through discussion about labels, the question of identity may arise, causing questions such as, "what makes me different from other people?". I'm not exactly sure how kids will take to this book. Some who just want to hear the spoken word and look at interesting pictures may very well love it. But a child between the age of 4 and 8 is arguably still a baby, so what lesson is she going to learn having this book read to her?/5. I'm Not a Baby! Published by Schwartz & Wade Books. Chosen as one of top three picture books of by Sue Corbett of The Miami Herald I'm not a baby!" whines Leo Leotardi, but his family won't listen. Leo doesn't want oatmeal ("Poopie!" says Leo), he wants pancakes, like everyone else.
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