Audible Up, Up, Up, Down! By Kimberly Gee –

Up, Up, Up, Down! Follow an energetic toddler s day with Dad that s full of opposites up and down, make and break, yum and yuck, and From his first demand to be picked up and then immediately put down, opposites pop up all day long for this energetic boy Breakfast is no, no, no, yes At the sandbox, it s make, make, make, break And jumping into the pool goes from can t, can t, can t, to can Kimberly Gee s expressive illustrations emphasize the loving connection between a boy and his father in this clever concept book about everyday highs and lows that is sure to entertain little and big members of the family

About the Author: Kimberly Gee

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Up, Up, Up, Down! book, this is one of the most wanted Kimberly Gee author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “Up, Up, Up, Down!

  1. Bea Bea says:

    A fun, rhythmic, accurate depiction of a toddler s day Full review to come.

  2. Olivia Olivia says:

    See my full review here UP, UP, DOWN is an enchanting picture book that follows a young toddler s day with his father Told through the opposites found during the day, including wanting up after waking up to being put down and from making sandcastles in the sandbox to breaking them, this is reminiscent of just about every parent s experience with toddlerhood What I loved Toddlers will enjoy the colorful pictures depicting each wor

  3. Mrs Mommy Booknerd Mrs Mommy Booknerd says:

    A cute story for children and their father s A day of fun in the story allows young ones to learn opposites A cute story that would make a great Father s Day gift

  4. Sarah Sarah says:

    Nice repetition of words, perfect for toddler baby storytime.

  5. Edward Sullivan Edward Sullivan says:

    An exhausting day in the life of an energetic toddler.

  6. Tasha Tasha says:

    A toddler s day is filled with opposites in this adorable picture book Being lifted up out of their crib and set down on the ground the play Saying no to all kinds of breakfast and then yes to blueberries Clothes go on and then come right back off again They hurry up and then slow down There is making and breaking things Balloons are yay and then uh oh Sadness becomes better again too.Filled with all kinds of little kid action, this book

  7. Great Books Great Books says:

    This fun book shows the interactions of father and baby as they go throughout the day having to deal with opposites from up to down and hurry to slow down There s a lot of subtle humor in this book, delighting the reader as he or she shares this enjoyable book with a baby or toddler Because of the humor, there will be a sense of joy and easy laughter while reading this book and looking at the really cute,colorful illustrations The pictures

  8. Sandy Brehl Sandy Brehl says:

    Spanning a busy day of dad son activities, this blend of simple text and lively images provides young audiences with a fun funny story Gee makes effective use of familiar words and interactions to demonstrate opposites The characters African American will be universally familiar and invite connection and empathy The role of Dad as caregiver is portrayed naturally and with a delightful twist at the end.

  9. Lisa Lisa says:

    Both my 4 year old and 2 year old enjoy this book, but it s especially a hit with the younger audience The words are simple enough to be remembered or read by the 2 year old, and the illustrations are a delight and nicely colorful I also appreciate that gender doesn t enter this story at all which shouldn t be unusual, but seems to be It might be a story of a dad taking care of a child while the mom is at work or it could be a story of any car

  10. MeganRuth - Alohamora Open a Book MeganRuth - Alohamora Open a Book says:

    Super cute and simple book of opposites Things I love most 1 The simplicity makes for a great concept book and a fun storytime read aloud 2 That the dad is taking care of the baby and the mom comes home from work.3 Adorable pictures Definitely adding it to the storytime cue for babies and or toddlers.

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