Little Treasures Board Book: Endearments from Around the World (Board book)
Within the pages of this beautiful board book, illustrated by Caldecott-winning artist Chris Raschka, learn and celebrate terms of endearment in fourteen different languages.
All over the world, people express their love for their children through different endearments. Whether your child is sweetie pie, peanut, angelito, bao bei, or mera chanda, the love for our little ones is universal.
Little Treasures offers a wealth of endearments in fourteen languages to share with your own beloved poppet and petit chou.
About the Author
Jacqueline K. Ogburn worked as an editor at New York publishing houses for a decade before moving to a new home in North Carolina, raising her children, and beginning a second career as a children's book author.
Chris Raschka, writer, illustrator and trained violist is one of the country’s top children’s book talents. His Yo! Yes? was a Caldecott Honor Book in 1993 while his Hello Goodbye Window won the Caldecott Medal in 2005 . This is Chris’s first picture book for Houghton Mifflin Books for Children.
"An effective and satisfying way of introducing the universal facets and feelings of childhood."--School Library Journal "This will have obvious appeal for populations with large ESL groups, but it would also make an excellent gift book for your own honey/pumpkin/sunshine/babycakes."--Bulletin "Move over, "sunshine." Ogburn and Raschka give families a whole new vocabulary with which to express their love. ...The message about familial love being a universal human trait is clearly and joyfully articulated; it’s hard to imagine a sweeter concept." --Publishers Weekly, starred review "A colorful catalogue of endearments for children spans the globe and expands awareness by showing how love is universal." --Kirkus "Marvelous illustrations by the Caldecott winner Raschka and an inclusive look at expressions of love from Poland to Uganda. Little 'Light of My Hearts' (Arabic) and 'Little Fatties' (Chile) will relish the experience." --New York Times —