Eric Carle in Arabic: Mena Al Ra's Ila Al Qadam - From Head to Toe (Arabic)

Eric Carle in Arabic: Mena Al Ra's Ila Al Qadam - From Head to Toe (Arabic)




by Eric Carle
Children will delight in following Eric Carle's vibrant, original illustrations and moving like the wild animals in this book - bending, turning, stomping, and wiggling right along with the colorful characters.What does an elephant do? It stomps its foot. Can you?  This interactive story invites kids to imitate animal movements. Watching giraffes bend their necks or monkeys wave their arms is fun, but nothing could be better than joining in. From their heads down to their toes, kids will be wriggling, jiggling, and giggling as they try to keep up with these animals!Alligators wiggle, elephants stop, gorillas thump, and giraffes bend.
(The picture shown here is of English version of the book)

Eric Carle started drawing when he was a little boy and has asserted that he “will never stop being a scribbler.” Born in Syracuse, New York, in 1929, he spent his early childhood in America before moving to Germany at the age of six. Carle learned German and studied at the prestigious Academy of Visual Arts before fulfilling his dream of returning to the U.S. in 1952. After working as a graphic designer and art director of an advertising agency, Carle collaborated with Bill Martin, Jr. on Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, launching his remarkable career as a beloved children book illustrator. Since then Carle has also written and illustrated many well-known titles such as The Grouchy Ladybug and The Very Hungry Caterpillar, which has been translated into more than 30 languages.
Ages  0-6; 28 Pages; Paperback 




$ 16.45