Sometimes I Like to Curl up in A Ball

Sometimes I Like to Curl up in A Ball

Book - 2001
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Sometimes I like to curl up in a ball
So no one can see me
because I'm so small.
Little wombat spends a day doing favorite things--what could they be? Are they your favorites, too? Let's look and see! He especially enjoys walking around and around, and doing a pigeon step till he falls down. Or sticking out his pink tongue--and pulling funny faces (now that can be fun)! And maybe he'll jump just as high as he can, and see how much noise he will make when he lands. But when the day ends and the sun starts to fall...he goes back home to mama and curls into a ball. Good night! Soft-toned illustrations portray an endearing little wombat and the warm and friendly world around him--and every page is filled with charming details that stand up to repeat viewings: cute mice, rabbits and turtles peering from behind tall grass, marching pigeons, and a menagerie of other adorable animals. The images, along with the lyrically rhyming text, combine to make a sweet-spirited bedtime story to ease young ones to sleep.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Sterling Pub., 2001.
ISBN: 9780806979434
0806979437
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Fuge, Charles - Illustrator

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Joanne Hammond
Jul 01, 2017

A fun story book for 4 years old

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susan_findlay
Jun 14, 2016

Beautifully illustrated, the rhymes in this book flow seamlessly. The wombat does all sorts of fun silly things throughout the day before returning home to curl up at night.
My two year old loves this book.

LibrLdyMapleValley Apr 23, 2016

The bright pictures and active story are perfect for a preschool story time group to get up and move right along with the words.

vpl_childrens Dec 08, 2015

Share in Wombat's favourite things to do! This is a reassuring and warm story to share with children.

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RaewynH
Nov 26, 2014

Gorgeous Charles Fuge illustrations of Wombat and his animal & insect friends, sweet Vicki Churchill rhyming story with a sleeptime ending. Lovely to read, I read this to my belly in last trimester every night for my firstborn. It's a book parents can read over and over (and memorize to soothe later).

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shareef3
Dec 29, 2010

great book. this is definitely a favorite in our house!

Sliver Mar 25, 2010

Gets inside the mind of a two year old to a T. Love this book

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