Eat Your Dinner!

Eat Your Dinner This is part of a series about toddlerhood as lived by an enchanting bear This title deals humorously and sympathetically with the issue of mealtime discipline

  • Title: Eat Your Dinner!
  • Author: Virginia Miller
  • ISBN: 9780744581300
  • Page: 368
  • Format: None
  • This is part of a series about toddlerhood, as lived by an enchanting bear This title deals humorously and sympathetically with the issue of mealtime discipline.

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      Published :2020-05-22T02:15:36+00:00

    About “Virginia Miller

    • Virginia Miller

      Virginia Miller wrote and illustrated her first George and Bartholomew story after observing a toddler s frustration with potty training The result was ON YOUR POTTY , followed by George and Ba books acclaimed for their simple, authentic dialogue, expressive illustrations, and toddler friendly themes The next most likely problem needing book treatment, Virginia says, seemed to be eating or not eating one s dinner The winsome EAT YOUR DINNER dramatizes this all too familiar conflict at the dinner table in its review of EAT YOUR DINNER, SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL declared, Everything about this book will appeal to toddlers These books, Virginia says, are intended to help make light of common parent child conflicts because if they make you smile, things don t seem so bad She hopes that every parent and child will recognize the benefits and trials of unconditional love that George the father bear and Bartholomew the child bear share When the going gets tough for Bartholomew, it s comforting to him to know that George is always there for him and will love him through all his moods Formerly a resident of Wiltshire, England, Virginia now lives in New Zealand.

    141 thoughts on “Eat Your Dinner!

    • Works well in Toddler Time. Everyone joins in with the "Nah's. 11/28/11Used again on 11/14/2012.Used this year with my Story Time twos. They really enjoyed the "Nah's!" 11/13Used in PJ Story Time. The "Nah's" had it.

    • Endgame's not bad, but the command with no explanation? As teaching methods go - and I am given to understand this is a teaching book - not so cool.

    • George and Bartholomew are a wonderful series about the things that toddlers like to challenge their parents on. Eat Your Dinner tackles the dreaded meal times.We were introduced to this series at Babes'n'Books at our local library. This would be a great read when V is older and I have to worry about her table manners. The illustrations are beautiful with a white background making it easier for children to focus.V @ 6 months old.

    • Great for sharing with babies and toddlers. Parents will identify with the struggle to get babies to eat. Food theme.

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