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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Barbara Williams
  • ISBN:
    0525450378
  • ISBN13:
    978-0525450375
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Dutton Books for Young Readers; Not stated edition (October 28, 1977)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • FB2 format
    1984 kb
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    1565 kb
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    1497 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    225
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Parents and children alike will see themselves in this endearing tale of a small turtle’s struggle to be believed and understood - lovingly reintroduced for a new generation of readers. When little Albert Turtle complains that he has a toothache.

Albert's Toothache book. Albert, a turtle, claims he has a toothache, but not until Grandma asks him where his tooth aches does Albert realize he is toothless. Nobody believes Albert when he complains of a toothache.

Albert's Toothache (Picture Puffin) Paperback – September 1, 1992

Albert's Toothache (Picture Puffin) Paperback – September 1, 1992. by. Barbara Williams (Author). All day long, Albert the young turtle lies in bed complaining of a toothache, to the disbelief and dismay of every other member of his family-"everyone knows turtles don't have teeth"! Finally, when Grandmother turtle stops by, she not only believes Albert when he says he has a toothache, she knows how to fix it! Soft, smooth, thoughtful full-page pencil sketches accompany every single page of text. This book is a treasure, a classic, and belongs on every child's (and doting grandparent's)bookshelf.

Nobody believes Albert when he complains of a toothache. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Find nearly any book by Barbara Williams. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Horrible, Impossible, Bad Witch Child (Snuggle & Read Story Book). ISBN 9780380802838 (978-0-380-80283-8) Softcover, Avon Books, 1982.

Will Albert’s toothache ever go away? Even more important, will anyone ever believe him? .

Will Albert’s toothache ever go away? Even more important, will anyone ever believe him? First published thirty years ago, Barbara Williams’s familiar tale of miscommunication - and a wise grandmother who gets it right - is wonderfully animated by Doug Cushman’s colorful, humorously detailed illustrations. About the Author: Barbara Williams is the renowned author of numerous books for children, including ALBERT'S IMPOSSIBLE TOOTHACHE, which was originally published in 1974.

Parents and children alike will see themselves in this endearing tale of a small turtleÂs struggle to be believed and understood - lovingly reintroduced for a new generation of readers. When little Albert Turtle complains that he has a toothache, his father assures him that thatÂs impossible and points to his own toothless mouth. But Albert wonÂt get out of bed, and Mother Turtle begins to worry. Will AlbertÂs toothache ever go away? Even more important, will anyone ever believe him?

Books by Barbara Williams . Albert's Impossible Toothache.

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GWEZJ
This was one of my daughter's favorite books when she was growing up. I hadn't been able to find a copy to give a friend's son, and was so glad to find it on Amazon! It's absolutely precious and I love the intricate drawings.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
Delightful children's story
Mot
This book was precious! We didn't know until the 2nd to the last page, how the title applied to the story. ADORABLE!
Uttegirazu
Wonderful book!
Fordregelv
My daughter and I always enjoyed this story, and the delicate illustrations pull one in with discussions beyond the story itself. Usually cited as a story about listening to and believing children, there is another way this story can be used, that might be helpful. I am a healthcare worker/massage therapist and instructor and have often noticed that people who have been unsatisfactorily cared for when at an emergency room didnt explain their condition in a way that was understood. When relating their condition to me, I realized that they hadn't really explained what was wrong. So not only could this book be used to talk about listening to children, it could also be used to discuss/examine how we tell others what is wrong with us.
Steelraven
I was delighted when my old 1974 copy of this book resurfaced from my parents' basement. Although this story is nearly twenty years old, it is one of those treasured tales that never loose their charm, and one I could never forget.
All day long, Albert the young turtle lies in bed complaining of a toothache, to the disbelief and dismay of every other member of his family-"everyone knows turtles don't have teeth"! Finally, when Grandmother turtle stops by, she not only believes Albert when he says he has a toothache, she knows how to fix it!
Soft, smooth, thoughtful full-page pencil sketches accompany every single page of text. This book is a treasure, a classic, and belongs on every child's (and doting grandparent's)bookshelf. Get it while you can!
Golden Lama
I use this great story as a lead-in to meetings with my teaching team to remind them to listen 'between the lines' and also that it's important to all relationships to clairfy the 'others' intended meaning - and how easy it is for conversations to get muddled if we make assumptions about what the 'other' meant.