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  • Author:
    Golden Books
  • ISBN:
    0307003086
  • ISBN13:
    978-0307003089
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  • Publisher:
    Golden Books (March 26, 1990)
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    23 pages
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A book about learning to tell time. The bean had good fun with this one. I was a little more reserved, in that I was having a hard time imagining a child of the age of our protagonist (he is in school, so not less than four, but not more than six based on the action) managing to keep still in a shoe store or a department store for an hour at a time. Of course, that could be just me remembering me (to this day I will not set foot in a department store unless absolutely necessary)

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Tinavio
Condition was as stated. My 30 yr old daughter loved this gift to read to my new grandson. It was her favorite book as a child.
SadLendy
Growing up this was by far my favorite book. I would have someone read it to me multiple times a day and once I got into Kindergarten was the first book I learned to read. I remember it helping me to learn analog clocks, but I think I may have just loved it so much because of the animal people, especially the main character who is a male cat. It meant so much to me, that my cousin once tore each page just a little bit to get back at me for some childhood fight and my aunt made her go back through and re-tape every page. I was thinking about this the other day so I decided to look it up to see if I could find it somewhere online and luckily enough I did. I don't have children of my own yet, but when I do this will certainly be one of the first books I buy them and hopefully it will mean as much to them as it does to me.
Hucama
Julie Durrell, Tickety-Tock, What Time Is It? (Golden Press, 1990)

The bean had good fun with this one. I was a little more reserved, in that I was having a hard time imagining a child of the age of our protagonist (he is in school, so not less than four, but not more than six based on the action) managing to keep still in a shoe store or a department store for an hour at a time. Of course, that could be just me remembering me (to this day I will not set foot in a department store unless absolutely necessary). But as far as being a good tool to teach the way time progresses, and the increasingly-irrelevant analog clock face, this is as good a book as any we have encountered so far. ***
Kiutondyl
I remember this book from when I was a wee little girl. I was obsessed with clocks of all sorts; anything that had a watch face and hands that moved captivated me. I even had a doll that had a clock with moveable hands on her overalls. My mother got me this book and read it to me, and eventually I read it myself over and over again. Over the years, between moves, garage sales, and many hand-me-down boxes, it vanished. Now, I can share a piece of my childhood with my nieces, nephews, and someday, my own kids. Love that I can seem to find anything on Amazon <3