Do You Want to Be My Friend? Board Book

Eric Carle, Author, Eric Carle, Illustrator
Eric Carle, Author, Eric Carle, Illustrator HarperFestival $7.99 (15p) ISBN 978-0-694-00709-7
Paperback - 40 pages - 978-0-06-443127-9
Hardcover - 40 pages - 978-0-399-21598-8
Library Binding - 40 pages - 978-0-690-01137-1
Hardcover - 40 pages - 978-0-690-24276-8
Prebound-Glued - 978-0-8124-5092-7
Hardcover - 978-4-03-202430-2
Paperback - 32 pages - 978-0-14-050284-8
Board Books - 28 pages - 978-4-03-237120-8
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Mice, a rottweiler, an arachnid and a few other assorted critters make sturdy reappearances in five board book versions of picture books. In Ellen Stoll Walsh's Mouse Paint, ``three white mice on a white piece of paper"" enjoy a colorful romp, while in Walsh's Mouse Count a similar gaggle narrowly escapes being served for dinner (Harcourt/Red Wagon, $6 each, 28p, ages 1-3 ISBN 0-15-200265-0; -200266-9 Sept.). Yet another mouse searches the animal kingdom for companionship-and finds an unexpected respondent-in Eric Carle's Do You Want to Be My Friend? (HarperFestival, $6.95, 32p, ages 2-6, ISBN 0-694-00709-9 Sept.). The rewards of industriousness are celebrated in a second Carle title, The Very Busy Spider; its embossed web brings a tactile dimension to his familiar collage artwork (Philomel, $9.95, 26p, ages 2-up ISBN 0-399-22919-1 Aug.). Finally, the canine in question is Alexandra Day's beloved Carl, who takes charge of a crew of toddlers in Carl Goes to Day Care (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $5.95, ages 1-3 ISBN 0-374-31145-5 Sept.).
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