For Baby (For Bobbie)

John Denver (author), Janeen Mason (illustrator)

Publisher: Dawn Publications ISBN: 9781584694519

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Description

Everyone loves babies, and John Denver's love song For Baby (For Bobbie), interpreted as a children's picture book by award-winning illustrator Janeen Mason, reminds us that these feelings are universal. Captivating images lead us around the globe, from Sri Lanka to the Arctic, and deepen the experience of John Denver's enduring song, a legacy of love.

Reading Level
Lexile
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
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DRA
Categories
Genre
Arts & Music Family Picture Books
Interest Age
Ages 3-5 Ages 6-8 Ages 9-12
Grade
Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade
Subject
Language Arts
Language
English (US)
Fiction/Non-Fiction
Fiction
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