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Clickity Clickity Long green feetWho is dancing that clickity beat Lizard is dancing on clickity feet Clickity Clickity Happy feet Introducing a get up and dance toddler book so catchy and rhythmic, you ll almost want to sing itLindsey Craig s rollicking text features funny sound words Tippity Creepity Stompity Thumpity , dancing animals, a singsong beat, and a guessing element just easy enough for preschoolers to anticipate Marc Brown s artwork is bright, textured, and joyful, a collage of simple shapes for kids to find and nameSo grab a partner and tap your feet to this read aloud picture book treat Dancing Feet!

About the Author: Lindsey Craig

Lindsey Craig is the author of the award winning books DANCING FEET and FARMYARD BEAT both illustrated by Marc Brown Her books have won numerous awards and been highly praised by Kirkus Review starred , Publisher Weekly and the New York Times Book Review her awards include NAAPA Gold Award Winner, Fred Rogers Best Baby Books 2011, Wilde Award Best Children s Books, and inclusion in Texas 2X2 Reading List She has published numerous alphabet and beginning readers for CJ Educations, and has just produced her first science app SOLAR SYSTEM SILLIES Her most recent books include the not so quiet OH SO QUIET , and the colorful and encouraging board books TRY TRY TRY and IN OUR TREE Lindsey lives with her family and fat black cats on a beautiful island in Washington State.

10 thoughts on “Dancing Feet!

  1. says:

    Tippity Tippity Little black feet Who is dancing that tippity beat Ladybugs are dancing on tippity feet Tippity Tippity Happy feetAnd so begins this rhythmic picture book, in which a series of creatures dance in everything from a stompity to a slappity wayAuthor Lindsey Craig and illustrator Marc Brown, who

  2. says:

    Love the rhythm You can almost sing along to it I did this at Book Babies today as a choral reader every parent caregiver and child followed along with a copy of the board book in hand Lots of fun sounds all throughout the book If it too seems long for babies, you don t have to read the whole thing you can skip

  3. says:

    A rhyming children s book, with dancing animals Fun I wasn t wild about the artwork though.

  4. says:

    I seem to be in the minority in not finding this book a wow Perhaps because I did not read this aloud to a little one eager to guess each dancing creature by the sounds it makes Indeed, I think this book is prime read aloud material thanks to the funny sounds and bold, bright collage illustrations However, I just was

  5. says:

    I thought this book was really cute I think it would be perfect for kindergarten or first grade I really liked the repetition in this book It also described things very well for example, Slappity Slappity Webbed orange feet Who is dancing that slappity beat It uses colors and actions so this would be good for younger ag

  6. says:

    This book was fun to read out loud to my adult special needs son It grabed his attention and he grinned and looked at each page as I read almost couldn t help but sing it, it rhymed so well The Illistrations is made to where it s a guessing game for the child as the page shows feet then the next page shows the animal so be

  7. says:

    EXCELLENT book for dialogic reading One page will say something about a type of foot that s dancing, with a glimpse of the foot You and your child can then try to guess what animal is dancing Little man and I had fun doing that We got one wrong we guessed dinosaur when it was actually a lizard Pretty close LOL The text has rh

  8. says:

    Dancing Feetis a great opportunity to make storytime interactive While familiar animals will draw a young group s attention to the excellent illustrations in the book, different dancing descriptions will keep older kids entertained with mimicking the kinds of movement A repetitive sentence structure makes follow along easy and

  9. says:

    Dancing Feet by Lindsay Craig is a good introductory book for beginning readers The illustrations are bright The book is suitable for elemtary school kids and feature a lot of onomatopoeia which will keep kids interested in reading this book This books talks of how different animals make different sounds when walking From caterpill

  10. says:

    Slappity Slappity Webbed orange feet Who is dancing that slapping beat The book goes on with several different animals each giving children a chance to guess what animal it is This book is a great guessing game It gives a small description and then a picture of the feet that are dancing This book is great for repetition and teaching c

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