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Pat the Bunny ( Pat the Bunny) Plastic Comb – May 1 2001


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Product Details

  • Plastic Comb: 20 pages
  • Publisher: Golden Books; Spi Rei edition (May 1 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0307120007
  • ISBN-13: 978-0307120007
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 3.1 x 14.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,064 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Here are Paul and Judy. They can do lots of things. You can do lots of things, too." Pat the Bunny is the original interactive, multimedia experience for kids. Virtually unchanged since its introduction in 1940, the kind tone and sweet illustrations in this classic recall a bygone era, while the simple language and large print invite kids to get interested in the written word as an invitation to thought and action. Each page shows Paul or Judy involved in an activity--playing peekaboo, smelling flowers, and, of course, patting the bunny--and then guides the reader to do the same. On the pages are a scrap of cloth with Paul hiding underneath (peekaboo), fuzzy fabric (the bunny), scented paper (the flowers), and five other now-famous features that invite a child to play with the book. As one of the bestselling children's books of all time, Pat the Bunny has become a tradition passed from one generation to the next to instill a love of books and reading. This gift set includes the book and a soft, baby-safe velour bunny toy that is loyal to the quirky bunny illustration in the book. Baby will love to take bunny along when the book has to go back on the shelf. (From birth) --Katherine Ferguson --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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By Penny on Nov. 22 2003
Format: Plastic Comb
This is a delightful story about two children, Paul and Judy. This story tells of the many things that children can do. It allows children to experience all their senses. This is definitely a good book for early childhood.
This book tells what Paul and Judy can do and then invites the children to try it as well. It involves most of their senses from smelling flowers to putting their finger through mother's ring. Children love this book because it allows them to be active participants instead of passive listeners.
The clear, uncluttered background makes it easy for children to understand the main action going on in the page. There are different textures used from a soft bunny to daddy's scratchy beard. The softer pastel colors really let the activities shine.
The book is one of my favorites. I even went and bought one of my own and a video that goes along with it. I read it to all my family and friends all the time.
This book is meant for early childhood, but I think it could be very helpful in teaching young special education students as well.
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Some things become life experiences not only for one's child, but for oneself. "Pat the Bunny" is such a book. It is so dear, so simple, and so very, very perfect that it is deceptive. It really can teach a very young baby about textures and colors and the fact that the world is a varied and wonderful place.
When my first child (now almost 18) was less than 6 months old, I would take her tiny hand and place her chubby fingers on each different texture...the bunny, the cloth, and of course my favorite...Daddy's scratchy beard! (a piece of sandpaper). I don't know how much of the simple and sweet words my daughter absorbed, but she was cuddled in my arms, being rocked (our favorite place to read) and she definitely liked to touch the textures. Now the interesting thing is that the book remained special, and when she should have outgrown it, she did not. It remained in the collection. I think that's because it is just so peaceful and simple, remnants of a former time.
If you are expecting, if one of your friends has a new baby, if you are a grandparent or a loving aunt or uncle, you cannot give a better book for a new baby. It will be that baby's cherished book in short order. Guaranteed. One word of warning, though. Make sure that you are buying the original, with all the textures. I saw one oversized board book version the other day, and its only texture was the cotton of the bunny, which carried through to each page. No no!! We need everything right for this book of a lifetime.
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By A Customer on Dec 21 2000
Format: Paperback
I AM THIRTEEN YEARS OLD(THE ONLY WAY I COULD WRITE THIS REVIEW WAS IF I LIED ABOUT MY AGE). WHEN I WAS TWELVE-I GOT A THIRTEEN INCH PAT THE BUNNY. I AM A SUCKER FOR CUTE STUFFED ANIMALS, AND HE DREW ME IN. FOR CHRISTMAS-"SANTA" BROUGHT ME A GIANT PAT THE BUNNY. 2 FEET TALL! I HAVE LOVED THAT BUNNY SO MUCH, THAT AFTER A YEAR HE HAS ALMOST WORN OUT. THE VELVETEEN RABBIT, SOME MIGHT SAY, IS WHAY MY PAT THE BUNNY RESEMBLES. BOONEY-IS WHAT I CALL HIM. A BABY NAME-BUT WITH MY BUNNY, I AM A BABY AT HEART. I VISITED MY COUSIN IN MICHIGAN-AND SHE WAS THREE YEARS OLD. SHE LOVED MY BUNNY SOOOOOO MUCH, THAT WE BOUGHT HER ONE FOR HER BIRTHDAY, AND SHIPPED IT UP THERE. THAT BUNNY SAVES HER MOM ALOT OF SLEEP, FOR BAD DREAMS ARE COMFORTED WHEN THE BIG BUNNY IS THERE FOR PROTECTION. I RATE THIS BOOK AND THE STUFFED BUNNY (IN CASE YOU WISH TO PURCHASE ONE) FIVE STARS. I LOVE THE BOOK AND THE BUNNY-AND I HOPE YOUR CHILD WILL PLAY WITH BOTH OF THEM BEFORE THEY ARE THIRTEEN LIKE ME.
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By A Customer on Sept. 23 2002
Format: Plastic Comb
My baby went crazy for this book and her age (6 months) seems to be perfect for it. Her favourite pages are pat-the-bunny (a fuzzy bunny on the page), peek-a-boo (where Paul's face is hidden with a piece of cloth) and Judy's book (a miniature book attached to the larger book). She hyperventilates with excitement when we get to these pages, and after a few tries was able to make the right movements for Paul to play peek-a-boo and to turn the pages on Judy's book. She is not an avid roller but she will roll across a whole blanket to get to this book. The only negatives of this book is that the pages are thin and have sharp corners. She chews on the pages, so I don't know how long they'll last, and when she waves the book around I am afraid she will hit herself in the eye with its sharp corners. We solve both these problems by only reading the book together (I don't leave it around as a toy). Other than that, it's hard to imagine a better book for a 6 month old.
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My son got this book when he was 2 or 3 months old. We would read it to him occasionally as he was getting older. When he got to be about 6 months, he could do most of the things in the book (play peek-a-boo with Paul, pat the bunny, etc.). Now that he is a year, he does everything -- he waves to Paul & Judy, he puts his finger in the ring, smells the flowers, etc. He loves this book so much, the cover has come off and we have to purchase another.
The great thing about this book is that there is something fun for them to do on every page, and it grows with your child. The only drawback I found is that it's not super-durable if your child really loves it and reads it over and over and over and over... :-)
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