|Statement||Rob & Kathy McKay.|
|LC Classifications||GV837.2 .M39 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2005299793|
Great book for kids starting to swim. This book my daughter loved because she also loves frogs. The pictures are also very bright and colorful. Another great book for kids starting to swim is below. Mommy and Me Go to Swimming Lessons Mommy and Me Go to Swimming Lessons/5(30). It has been written in a very 'reader friendly' way with wonderful illustrations to support the text. Quite simply, this book will teach you how to teach your child to swim and it will do so in an enjoyable way. Teaching your child to swim is something any parent can do, given the knowledge to do so. It will give you a wonderful sense of achievement/5(13). The Fear Of Water Cure - How To Overcome Your Fear Of Water For Life: Swimming Lessons, Swim Lessons, Learning to Swim, Swimming Books, Swim Workouts Allan Green out of 5 /5(7). Culled from the real-life experiences of poet Ann Turner, "Learning to Swim" tells the story of a young girl on a family vacation who is molested by an older boy. Each page has a separate poem that explores her feelings at a particular time. The actual events are not related. The only questionable language is a mention to "private parts"/5(15).
Learn to Swim guides parents of babies and children from ages 6 months to 4 years, through progressive, baby-friendly lessons that not only build confidence and help control sleeping problems and tantrums, but are proven to stimulate intelligence and concentration, increase emotional and physical development, and boost : The premise of Learning to Swim is a grabber. Picture yourself on the ferry on Lake Champlain, I've been there. You are the only person on the open air deck. In the acknowledgments for Learning to Swim, Sara J. Henry thanks Michael Robotham for encouraging her to change the title and SFC for the titling/5. Learn to Swim guides parents of babies and children from ages 6 months to 4 years, through progressive, baby-friendly lessons that not only build confidence and help control sleeping problems and tantrums, but are proven to stimulate intelligence and concentration, increase emotional and physical development and boost immunities/5. Top 5 Books about Learning to Swim (okay there is 6, but that didn’t sound right!) ‘Ruby Learns to Swim’ written by Phillip Gwynne and illustrated by Tamsin Ainslie. I was so excited about receiving this one in the mail: Gwynne text and Ainslie illustrations = perfect picture book.
How To Swim Breaststroke is your perfect swimming book, fully illustrated and concise. Discover how to isolate and correct bad habits and swim with smooth relaxed technique. The perfect aid for any complete beginner to learn, understand and practice and for any swimmer to adjust, correct and improve. Click here to find out more. Learning to Swim is a novel told in verse that would be appropriate for high school students. Learning to Swim was on the Young Adult Library Services Association's list of best books for YA in Although Learning to Swim is full of poetry, it is also a memoir because it is about experiences from the author's own life/5. August 9, Format: Kindle Edition. “Learning to Swim” by KJ is the story of three friends, Lauren, a vet, Andrea, an accountant and Hanna, a teacher. After years together Andrea still hasn’t cottoned on to the fact that Lauren is madly in love with her/5(42). What the Learn to Swim Starter Pack includes. The Learn to Swim Starter Pack includes the illustrated story book Discovery Duckling and Friends and a cuddly duckling toy. The book teaches children about the core aquatics skills they will learn about during their first lessons.