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by Molly Bang

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ISBN:
0140504818
Author:
Molly Bang
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
Puffin Books (April 25, 1985)
Pages:
24 pages
EPUB book:
1373 kb
FB2 book:
1710 kb
DJVU:
1811 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
329


The pictures are lovely-richly detailed and beautifully drawn

The pictures are lovely-richly detailed and beautifully drawn. My son loves to point out the cat, talk about how the little girl is reading bedtime stories with her dad just like he's doing with me, etc. I can see why this book has won awards!

Ten, Nine, Eight is a children's picture book by Molly Bang, published in 1983. It is a countdown from ten to one by a little girl who is getting ready for bed.

Ten, Nine, Eight is a children's picture book by Molly Bang, published in 1983. Barney the Dinosaur read this book on the Barney & Friends episode "Having Tens of Fun!" This book won the Caldecott Honor.

Molly Bang is an award winning children's book illustrator and author

Molly Bang is an award winning children's book illustrator and author. Her works include 3 Caldecott Honor Books: Ten, Nine, Eight, The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher, and When Sophie Gets Angry - Really, Really Angry, which also won a Jane Addams Honor Award and the Arbuthnot Award.

Ten small toes all washed and warm. Nine soft friends in a quiet room. A loving family picture book. Caldecott Honor Book; ALA Notable Children's Book. A father prepares his little girl for bed with a warm and reassuring countdown to the land of dreams. Full-color illustrations. Perfection Learning Corporation.

Ten, Nine, Eight book. Why is Molly Bang the greatest woke white lady in kidlit? This book-FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1983-features a black dad and his daughter at bedtime (!!!). Bedtime! A happy game to lure the most persistent sleep evader  . That's an amazing dismantling of the stereotype that black fathers are "absent" and "unsupportive" right there.

According to PW, "This beguiling picture book, with a palette of eye-filling colors, appears to arise naturally from the love binding a father and his little "big" girl who turn bedtime into playtime with a rhyming game.

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Ten, Nine, Eight - Molly Bang. This beguiling picture book, with a palette of eye-filling colors, appears to arise from the love binding a father and his little big' girl who turn bedtime into playtime with a rhyming game. A loving book, perfect for sharing with the youngest lapsitters.

Bang's powerful ideas-about how the visual composition of images works to engage the emotions, and how the elements of an artwork can give it the power to tell a story-remain unparalleled in their simplicity and genius

Bedtime! A happy game to lure the most persistent sleep evader. A warm and reassuring countdown to the land of dreams.
  • Gagas
This was a baby bedtime favorite for us - and it still finds its way into the rotation five years later. So sweet and calming. A friend raising black children gave this to us (raising white daughters) in a package of books featuring nonwhite characters so that our daughters could see children who looked like hers. One of the most meaningful gifts we received.
  • Hilarious Kangaroo
My 2.5 year old has loved this book for about a year now and shows no signs of losing interest! It is one of his favorite bedtime books. At first he just loved the story, but now that he's able to count along he likes to do so. The pictures are lovely--richly detailed and beautifully drawn. My son loves to point out the cat, talk about how the little girl is reading bedtime stories with her dad just like he's doing with me, etc. I can see why this book has won awards! It's one of those special books that appeals to children's-book-loving adults as well as the children themselves. I'd recommend this title to anyone looking for a new story to add to the bedtime routine.

Edited to add: Our second boy also loves this book as much as his older brother did. He especially loves to put his feet on the book to show that his toes match up with the little girl in the story. I've also started giving this as a new baby present to just about every new baby I know, and I've gotten nothing but compliments on it. Truly a lovely, timeless story!
  • Thabel
As a teacher, I really enoyed reading When Sophie Gets Angry- Really, Really Angry to my First and Second grade students as means of teaching them about anger management. I was excited to see that she created a book for younger kids too. I enjoyed this little book, especially because it features a beautiful brown girl with short hair as the main character. My little baby girl can see her fully represented in print.
  • Foiuost
We received this book today, so cute! First of all I like the dark skinned family portrayed to show my daughter as mommy is medium brown skin and it’s important she sees books with families representative of us. The story is cute and makes its way nicely through the book, the pictures are entertaining for her to follow. Looking forward to more readings.
  • Mpapa
At one year, baby already has four bins of books. This is one of her favorites. Simple, colorful illustrations. She loves the baby girls/daddy interactions. She loves the cat and the stuffed animals that appear in many of the illustrations ... points to the animals and has us name them. She also points to the big, bold numbers on each page spread (10, 9, 8 ...) and has us say the number out loud.
  • Iell
I'm a little surprised how much my 18-month old daughter loves this book. She won't submit to bedtime until I read it one or twice (or three times). The simple, rhythmic words have a Goodnight Moon feel and countdown to bedtime with a little girl and her dad. Simple and sweet.
  • Thetalas
This is a great bedtime book. I remember reading this as a child (vaguely) and it gave me a very nostalgic feeling while reading it again for the first time in years! It is simple, colorful, educational, and great for bedtime as it is surprisingly calming.
Such a lovely book. My daughter enjoys it at least once/day. Very simple- cute illustrations-features a black cat (we have one too)- and yeah. One of our favorites.