George Speaks

George Speaks

Book - 1988
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Here is the story of a baby who begins talking -- at the age of 4 weeks And it's not just the occasional word: George has a large vocabulary and plenty to say. From master storyteller Dick King-Smith, this is the hilarious story of a family turned upside-down by an unusually gifted (and demanding) infant. Illustrated with over 80 black and white line drawings.
Publisher: London : Viking Kestrel, 1988.
ISBN: 9780670817986
0670817988
Branch Call Number: J FIC KingS
Characteristics: 96 p. : ill. --
Additional Contributors: Brown, Judy

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courtws
Jun 07, 2013

I'm a parent of a 3rd grader and we adore the stories of Dick King-Smith. I only wish he were still alive to write more. This particular book is different from most of his animal-relationship books (all of which we love) in that he tells the story of a baby who is well beyond his years in cognitive ability, albeit stuck with all the physical limitations of any baby. He shares his secret with his older sister, who somehow manages to keep the secret from their parents. Very fun, funny book.

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emilylai
Oct 19, 2010

VERY GOOD I LIKED IT
THIS IS A VERY ATTRACTIVE BOOK

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