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A whimsical twist on a first words book. This book introduces the child to the word "bark" through multiple examples in beautiful, high-color photographs. Each page features the word "bark" and an example picture of the bark from a neighborhood tree. In a surprise twist at the end, we see a picture of a "barking" dog, allowing the parent to teach the child about the ambiguity in the meaning of words. Lots of fun, and learning, for all ages. This book is the first in a series of "Same Same Different" books that showcases the beautiful and sometimes surprising ambiguity in our language. 27 pages.
About the Author
Sarah Brown-Schmidt is a mother of two and an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Illinois. In her professional life, she teaches and does research on the psychology of language.