No, Silly!



➹ [Reading] ➻ No, Silly! By Ken Krug ➮ – E17streets4all.co.uk Would you like to sleep on a cookie or eat a book No, Silly playfully embraces a toddler s exploration of classic childhood activitiesWhat do you like to do This interactive, playful picture book invi Would you like to sleep on a cookie or eat a book No, Silly playfully embraces a toddler s exploration of classic childhood activitiesWhat do you like to do This interactive, playful picture book invites toddlers to join the fun as they identify which activities are right learning letters, playing with trucks and which are wrong riding on beds, sleeping on cookies, eating books From the wonderfully routine to the hilariously ridiculous, an array of childhood activities fill the pages of this picture book, all the way to its cozy, tender ending.No, Silly!

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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • No, Silly!
  • Ken Krug
  • English
  • 20 December 2018
  • 1481400665

10 thoughts on “No, Silly!

  1. says:

    For fans of No David , here s another silly book that kids can chime in on The animal MC likes sleeping in his bed, on his daddy s chair and on cookies No, silly Cookies are to eat So we go through all the things they like to eat, until the mention books No, silly Books are to read Perfect for a 2 year old s sense of humor and love of saying No.

  2. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this one I do like silly books, and theoretically, I think this would be a fun read for toddler time However, I m not sure how I feel about all of the silly things I will say up front here, I am a VERY literal person If someone says no silly that is not what you do with that particular thing, I really want the things to be so silly and out there that they are not even at all possible So the no silly about eating books Mmm, well, babies might eat their bo I have mixed feelings about this one I do like silly books, and theoretically, I think this would be a fun read for toddler time However, I m not sure how I feel about all of the silly things I will say up front here, I am a VERY literal person If someone says no silly that is not what you do with that particular thing, I really want the things to be so silly and out there that they are not even at all possible So the no silly about eating books Mmm, well, babies might eat their books, and as a librarian who wants to encourage kids of any age to experience books age appropriately I do not tell babies not to eat their books In fact, at our baby storytime, we have books that are OK for the kids to put in their mouths, because that is what babies do, and we want them to have all kinds of positive experiences with books from birth forward.And the no silly to reading trucks Well, there are words everywhere, and I often read what is written on the sides of trucks.So, with my critical eye so engaged, maybe it wouldn t be a good choice for me in storytime I did really like the concept, though

  3. says:

    The illustrations in this book are cute, but dated One glance and I d think this book was from the 1990s, not 2015 HOWEVER, it is a great read I can t wait to try it out in storytime I think that it s interactive and short enough for my toddlers, and that preschoolers would especially get a kick out of it.Basically, the characters in the book list things they like, starting with the places the bear likes to sleep They each list three regular things, and then a fourth ridiculous thing like The illustrations in this book are cute, but dated One glance and I d think this book was from the 1990s, not 2015 HOWEVER, it is a great read I can t wait to try it out in storytime I think that it s interactive and short enough for my toddlers, and that preschoolers would especially get a kick out of it.Basically, the characters in the book list things they like, starting with the places the bear likes to sleep They each list three regular things, and then a fourth ridiculous thing like sleeping on cookies Then a new character on the next page will say something like, No, silly You eat cookies Then that character picks up from there, listing things they like to eat, etc.Very, very cute If the illustrations were a biteye catching, I would give this five stars

  4. says:

    This is a cute book that takes a child from waking up and to going asleep The illustrations are colorful and crisp, making children smile and laugh at the antics of the animals in the story The story is simple and repetitive but not in a bad way it is just right, goldilocks zone, level of repetition that allows new readers to follow along and anticipate what is coming next Great for lap time, nap time, storytime, or bedtime readings Recommend to anyone working with young children.

  5. says:

    A cute toddler story I like to sleep on cookies No, silly

  6. says:

    No, silly you don t ride a bed B

  7. says:

    For very little ones A fun book about activities I like to eat ice cream I like to eat books No, silly, you read books Like that.

  8. says:

    SUMMARY Three friends talk about silly situations they imagine such as sleeping on cookies or eating books.ILLUSTRATIONS The pictures were created in oil paint They are soft, colorful, fun and full of smiles.REVIEW What I like about this book is it teaches young children about the difference between real and pretend The story invites interaction from the listener who can say, No, Silly, every time an imaginary situation is shown The book shows real situations first, I like to sleep in m SUMMARY Three friends talk about silly situations they imagine such as sleeping on cookies or eating books.ILLUSTRATIONS The pictures were created in oil paint They are soft, colorful, fun and full of smiles.REVIEW What I like about this book is it teaches young children about the difference between real and pretend The story invites interaction from the listener who can say, No, Silly, every time an imaginary situation is shown The book shows real situations first, I like to sleep in my bed, I like to sleep in my dad s big chair, and then, And I like to sleep on cookies AGE RECOMMENDATION I disagree with the publisher s age range of 4 8 This book s content is muchgeared to the much younger reader of 3 5

  9. says:

    The illustrations are bland and amateurish, but I thought the main conceit animals doing something wrong, which prompts the refrain, No, silly might make it a fun storytime read Even though I didn t love the illustrations, I ll probably get it for my library based on its appeal as a read aloud.

  10. says:

    I really liked this book about several different animals naming all the things they like to do Each one has a certain refrain of a I like to read, ride or play and then a silly thing at the end of there five or so things that doesn t fit the category cute ending to where all the animals are featured going to bed.

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