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Wade"s wiggly antlers

Louise Bradford

Wade"s wiggly antlers

by Louise Bradford

  • 376 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Courage,
  • Anxiety,
  • Moose,
  • Tooth loss

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Louise Bradford ; illustrated by Christine Battuz
    ContributionsBattuz, Christine, illustrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.B7229 Wad 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27234345M
    ISBN 101771386150
    ISBN 109781771386159
    OCLC/WorldCa946766083

      10 years later, Bradford has transformed that encounter into her first illustrated children’s book, entitled Wade’s Wiggly Antlers, which will be .   Buy the Kobo ebook Book Wade's Wiggly Antlers by Louise Bradford at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.

    Wade is a young moose who loves playing with his friends. When he realizes one fall morning that his antlers are "wiggly" he is worried. He does not want them to fall off because he uses them for so many different things.4/5(1). Wade's Wiggly Antlers (Book): Bradford, Louise, "One winter morning while playing with his animal friends, a young moose named Wade notices his antlers are wiggly, and he runs home to tell his mother. "Remember when we talked about your antlers falling off?" she says. "Don't worry. New ones will grow in the summer." But Wade is worried.

      Wade’s Wiggly Antlers will launch May at World of Maps during The Happening. On Saturday, May 6, Louise will be on hand to sign books. On Saturday, May 6, Louise will be on hand to sign books. For more information about the book launch, go to Wade is a young moose who loves playing with his friends. When he realizes one fall morning that his antlers are "wiggly" he is worried. He does not want them to fall off because he uses them for so many different things. He decides that if he is very careful, they will not fall off. He stops playing with his friends and sits on the : Carlathelibrarian.


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Wade"s wiggly antlers by Louise Bradford Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Wade’s Wiggly Antlers a book written by Louise Bradford and illustrated by Christine Battuz, she gives a positive message about change and self-acceptance. Wade is a young moose who discovers that his antlers are becoming loose. His mother reassures him that this is a normal change.

He first does all he can to keep them from becoming /5. Wade's Wiggly Antlers - Kindle edition by Bradford, Louise, Battuz, Christine.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Wade's Wiggly Antlers/5(4). Wade's Wiggly Antlers Hardcover – May 2, by Louise Bradford (Author) › Visit Amazon's Louise Bradford Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Louise /5(4). Wade is concerned when he notices his antlers are wiggly. That means they are going to fall off.

ñDonÍt worry,î says his mother. ñNew ones will grow in the summer.î But Wade is worried. He Wades wiggly antlers book his antlers for lots of fun things, such as paddles for Ping-Pong and perches for giving friends rides.

Wade's Wiggly Antlers (Book): Bradford, Louise: One winter morning while playing with his animal friends, a young moose named Wade notices his antlers are wiggly, and he runs home to tell his mother. Wade is worried. He used his antlers for so many fun things, such as paddles for Ping-Pong, perches for giving friends rides and hooks for flying kites.

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While it may seem silly to release a winter-based book in May, Wade's Wiggly Antlers is actually a timeless book since kids will be losing their first teeth all year round (unlike moose who shed their antlers between December and March).

Let Wade and his friends help lighten your own children's anxieties, whether it be about loose teeth or some other growing up change, or. Wade is a moose and he uses his antlers in his play.

When they start to feel wiggly, he gets worried. Kids Can Press and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you). It will be published May 2nd. His mother tells him not to worry. Moose lose their antlers once a year and grow a new set. It was a treat to read my picture book WADE’S WIGGLY ANTLERS, published by Kids Can Press, in a virtual #storytime with these two.

HELLO. Thanks for visiting.I’m the proud author of Wade’s Wiggly Antlers published by Kids Can Press, and translated into French by Éditions Scholastic. InWade’s Wiggly Antlers and Eustache perd son panache were offered in McDonald’s Canada Happy Meals to promote literacy.

Growing up, I spent every summer camping around Lake Huron and Lake Superior. Title: Wade's Wiggly Antlers Format: Picture Books Product dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 32 pages, X X in Published: May 2, Publisher: Kids Can Press Language: EnglishISBN:   Wade’s Wiggly Antlers is an endearing story to which early elementary readers, in the midst of losing their first tooth, will be able to relate.

Many of the experiences described within this book can be likened to those which a child may. Wade is a young moose who loves playing with his friends. When he realizes one fall morning that his antlers are "wiggly" he is worried. He does not want them to fall off because he uses them for so many different things.

He decides that if he is very careful, they will not fall off. He stops playing with his friends and sits on the sidelines. Get this from a library. Wade's wiggly antlers.

[Louise Bradford; Christine Battuz; Debbie Rogosin; Jennifer Stokes] -- "One winter morning while playing with his animal friends, a young moose named Wade notices his antlers are wiggly, and he runs home to tell his mother.

"Remember when we talked about your antlers. Wade's Wiggly Antlers (Book): Bradford, Louise: One winter morning while playing with his animal friends, a young moose named Wade notices his antlers are wiggly and runs home to show his mother, who reassures him that new ones will grow in the summer.

Wade’s Wiggly Antlers is a delightful picture book that cleverly explores the topic that change is part of growing up. One winter’s morning while playing with his friends, Wade, a young moose, feels his antlers wiggle.

Worried, he hurries home, and his mother reminds him that his antlers will fall off and new ones will grow in the summer. Wade's Wiggly Antlers (Picture Book): Bradford, Louise: One winter morning while playing with his animal friends, a young moose named Wade notices his antlers are wiggly, and he runs home to tell his mother.?Remember when we talked about your antlers falling off.

she says.?Don't worry. New ones will grow in the summer.' But Wade is worried. Wade's wiggly antlers, written by Louise Bradford ; illustrated by Christine Battuz.Toronto Public Library. Bradford's text is substantial, bringing a bit more complexity and depth than many picture books and capturing a child's ambivalence about maturation; readers won't have to stretch to see the parallels between Wade's antlers and their impending loose : Louise Bradford.

Wade's Wiggly Antlers. Written by Louise Bradford. In this charming picture book, author Louise Bradford has crafted a playful allegory for children about losing a first tooth.

With Christine Battuz's amusing, exuberant art bringing Wade's story to life with sympathy as well as humor, this book makes an engaging and relatable read-aloud. I'm the author of Wade’s Wiggly Antlers, a children’s picture book published by Kids Can Press.

The book was offered in McDonald's Canada Happy Meals in winter I live in Vancouver where you will always find me writing. Reviews of Wade's Wiggly Antlers/5.WADE'S WIGGLY ANTLERS.

Bradford’s text is substantial, bringing a bit more complexity and depth than many picture books and capturing a child’s ambivalence about maturation; readers won’t have to stretch to see the parallels between Wade’s antlers and their impending loose teeth.

Battuz plays with pattern, shape, and riotous color.Wade is concerned when he notices his antlers are wiggly. That means they are going to fall off! "Don't worry," says his mother.

"New ones will grow in the summer." But Wade is worried. He used his antlers for lots of fun things, such as paddles for Ping-Pong and perches for giving friends rides. Wh.