by Laurie Monopoli, The Learning Station
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Amazon Editorial Review
The much-loved children's song, Tony Chestnut , comes to life in an interactive, delightfully illustrated children's picture book with accompanying CD. Tony Chestnut is joined in this story, by a stellar children's cast of characters including Eileen, Neil, Pat, Bob, Russell and Skip, who are all from the hit song.
Join the kids on an encouraging childhood adventure in friendship and quest towards playground unity. Laugh along with the hysterical antics of Tony Chestnut as he anxiously tries to resolve his little sister's true-to-life, social dilemma. The story's compassionate message of friendship, kindness and sympathy speaks to children in a language they can understand, and conveys just the right blend of entertaining, gentle humor with a meaningful, true-to-heart message.
To create the ultimate literary experience, The Book About Tony Chestnut , invites children to actively join-in, participate and connect with the storybook's characters. This comprehensive and multisensory approach to early literacy will help develop youngster's reading skills while simultaneously immersing them in a joyful, memorable and socially meaningful experience. Combine story time with a song that enhances the total experience and watch your children blossom with a joy of reading!
The 48 page picture book is packaged with a CD featuring a soundtrack, and reading by the enchanting British storyteller, Jeanne Bowyer. Listeners are also treated to a second sharing of the story by Tony Chestnut himself, as he makes his debut, storytelling appearance. As an added bonus, included on the CD are thought-provoking questions for interactive discussion and the hit song, Tony Chestnut, which has sparked the making of this book.
Visit TonyChestnut.com and meet Tony Chestnut, Eileen, Neil, Pat, Bob, Russell and Skip, print FREE Tony Chestnut song lyrics with actions, and fun activities that correlate with the song.
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