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Follow the line that runs through this picture book and turns itself into all kinds of things the waves above an octopus the veins in a leaf the wrappings curling around a mummy and the trapping threads of a spiderweb Candace Whitman's catchy rhyming text is brought to life by a host of creepy critters from first time illustrator Steve Wilson

10 thoughts on “Lines That Wiggle

  1. says:

    YES this was amazing for story time It was great because we used our bodies to act out all the different ways lines can be We wiggled when the lines wiggled and made our arms wavey when the lines were wavey and it was just lovely Not very much text and no story to speak of but it's PERFECT for preschool story time I also loved at the end when it asks to find lines that AREN'T in the book and the kids all looked around and pointed out lines around the library So much fun And the pictures are SO BRIGHT and big and wonderful Use this book in story time

  2. says:

    lines that wiggle lines that bend wavy lines from end to end lines that tickle lines that sprout bugs have lines that stick right out And so begins Candace Whitman's Lines that Wiggle a rhyming picture book with a sparkly blue thread running through it Whether it's the curly line of a tail or the zigzag lines of a lightning bolt the line itself is the focus of both text and illustrationA brightly colored little book with a jaunty rhythm and uirky artwork this is less of a story than it is a nonsense rhyme and would be an ideal choice for reading out loud The sparkling embellishments and thick pages make it a tactile pleasure as well Well worth the time of any young reader with a taste for Seuss like wordplay or a weakness for sparkles

  3. says:

    Fun book with colorful illustrations and textured lines of all sorts wavy curly swirly Lines are everywhere you look so find some lines not in this book And my four year old did just that next time we were outside he was showing me lines all over the place

  4. says:

    great for an art class getting kids to look closer focus on the element of linealso good for fine motor skills d rawinghandwriting connection

  5. says:

    Literacy skillsVocabulary new words that describe lines are introduced in this book The textured lines help to define the wordsPrint motivation wonderful illustration and a textured feel to the pages will foster a love of books

  6. says:

    This would be a great lapsit book for toddlers They can follow along the raised lines with their fingers for a neat tactile sensation

  7. says:

    The Start with Art kids loved this book They had fun yelling out what the line was in each picture and were fascinated by the monsters featured in the illustrations

  8. says:

    What a fun and colorful book that encourages imaginary play as well as exploration of concrete concepts

  9. says:

    used to introduce lines to kindergarten Draw 5 different lines with crayon then paint over with watercolor

  10. says:

    Throughout the book the reader can see the different forms and shapes that line can make From zigzag lines to line in three the reader sees it all in this poetic and fun book Readers can see the different lines that are found in everyday objects From this book the audience can see that something as simple as a simple line can create such a complex shape or drawing At the end the reader is given the chance to look at the pictures throughout the book to find all of the different lines that they see in each illustration This is a fun book to read Although there is no plot it is still interesting to see the different ways that lines can bend to make different types of lines and shapes The illustrations are also fun and creative The illustrations takes everyday objects and incorporates the specific type of line that is being talked about in the text into the picture being written I also enjoyed the poetic devices like rhyming used in throughout the text It made the book even fun to read The last part of the book also had an interactive element to it for the kids to look back and see the different lines that make up the picture at the end of the story I thought this was uniue because this is something that i have rarely seen with books so far