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by Harriet Zeifert,Emily Bolam,Harriet Ziefert
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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Harriet Zeifert,Emily Bolam,Harriet Ziefert
  • ISBN:
    1862331251
  • ISBN13:
    978-1862331259
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  • Publisher:
    Gullane Children's Books (February 28, 1998)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
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Harriet Zeifert has written and/or produced more than two hundred books for children, including the Caldecott Honor book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly . Emily Bolam has illustrated several books for children.

Harriet Zeifert has written and/or produced more than two hundred books for children, including the Caldecott Honor book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, illustrated by Simms Taback. She divides her time between Maplewood, New Jersey, and Boston, Massachusetts. She lives in Bristol, England.

Waiting for Baby book. Harriet Ziefert has written a delightful story about the anticipation of a new Max does everything he can think of to encourage his new sibling to be born. He talks to his mommy's tummy, sings to it, plays his drum for it, but nothing seems to work. Max is convinced that this baby will never arrive. until the day finally comes when Daddy takes Mommy to the hospital. Harriet Ziefert has written a delightful story about the anticipation of a new arrival.

Ziefert, Harriet; Bolam, Emily, il. When Max learns that his mommy is going to have a baby, he talks and sings to his unborn sibling but he can't seem to make the baby come out sooner.

Ziefert, Harriet; Bolam, Emily, ill. Publication date. Babies, Brothers and sisters. New York : Henry Holt. no page number in the book.

The baby is 2 months old and we are just returning the book now. My older girls love this book

Summary:Max does everything he can think of to encourage his new sibling to be born. We checked this book out from the library during my pregnancy. The baby is 2 months old and we are just returning the book now. My older girls love this book. The baby was overdue, just like in the story so they could really identify.

Waiting for Baby by Harriet Ziefert, illustrated by Emily Bolam Henry Holt and Company, 1998. What Shall We Do with the Boo-Hoo Baby? by Phyllis Root, illustrated by Ingrid Godon Macmillan Children's Publishers, 2001. You're the Boss, Baby Duck by Amy Hest, illustrated by Jill Barton Candlewick, 2001.

by Harriet Ziefert & illustrated by Emily Bolam. However, Ziefert isn’t as bald as all that. Before that happens, Buzzy has to learn to adjust and take his lumps, to overcome his sense of estrangement, to engage and make friends and then deploy some creative thought to everyone’s enjoyment (not to mention his own great gratification).

Harriet Ziefert portrays this all too common struggle between parent and child with wit and humor, while Emily Bolam's artwork captures Clara Ann's emotions perfectly. Children will delight in making faces along with Clara Ann as she gets dressed. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: HMH Books for Young ReadersReleased: Mar 29, 1999ISBN: 9780547562155Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

Author/Artist: Harriet Ziefert (14). Books, eBooks & Audio. showing 1 - 14 of 14 results for "Harriet Ziefert". The Princess and the Pea. Harriet Ziefert, Emily Bolam. Random House, 1988, Trade Paperback. Penguin Young Readers, 2013, Trade Paperback.

Harriet Ziefert (born July 7, 1941) is an American children's author. Ziefert was born in North Bergen, New Jersey. She has written several hundred children's books, including the Little Hippo series. Notable illustrators of her books include Emilie Boon and Santiago Cohen. Ziefert and Boon have made "board books" for preschoolers which are a combination game and book to help children learn.


Talvinl
What child doesn't have a hard time waiting for something special -- especially a new little baby. This book takes you through the mind of a young boy. He is tired of waiting and tries different ways of making the time go by. I love the typical childlike way he tries to wait... I love that my sons eyes got wide as he identified with the little boy. I plan on giving this as a gift to friends who are expecting another child. Very cute!
Inabel
My son just turned two and my husband and I are expecting #2 any day. Our son is an avid reader so we bought several books to "ease" him into the idea of a younger sibling. This book is a great addition. I purchased the hardcover version which has thicker, glossy pages (harder to tear). The story is very cute and my son loves reading it.
Jek
We got this for our 2 year old daughter as we waited for our next daughter. She loved it. She asked to read it each night and talked about it during other times of the day. At the end of the book, the big brother gets to visit mom and baby in the hospital. Our daughter visited us in the hospital and now when she reads the book, she talks about how she visited us in the hospital just like the brother in the book. Great book!
Voodoolkree
I purchased this for my granddaughter who is going to be a big sister in a few months. It was not what I had hoped and was of limited appeal.
Yellow Judge
I bought this book for my 2 year old twins to help them understand that we're having a new baby. I loved the little boy in the story (especially the songs he sings to the baby in order to get it to come out of his mom's tummy!) and it was very well written for the audience.
Eayaroler
I bought this for my 2 y.o. only child. She loves looking at all the pictures and we add in that she's going to be a big sister just like the little boy in this book. I know she doesn't fully get it but this book definitely has helped.
Gigafish
The story is cute, but not necessarily captivating. Good for older toddlers who may relate better to the boy in the story.
great for a child to read while expecting a sibling