Be Gentle! (George and Ba). by. Virginia Miller. The next most likely problem needing book treatment," Virginia says, "seemed to be eating Virginia Miller wrote and illustrated her first George and Bartholomew story after observing a toddler's frustration with potty training.
Be Gentle! (George and Ba). Bartholomew has a new kitten. The result was ON YOUR POTTY!, followed by more 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.
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When George gives Bartholomew a little black kitten, he tells him to be gentle with her. But Ba wants to play with her his own way - which of course is too rough. Will Bartholomew ever find out how to look after his kitten? The answer, as ever, is yes, but only after George's firm intervention.
George and Bartholomew are back in this tale of friendship and acceptance . Be Gentle!) latest on-target tale starring the endearing duo Ba and George. Author illustrator Virginia Miller wrote this after her first book about the little bear with the big name, On Your Potty, grew in popularity.
George and Bartholomew are back in this tale of friendship and acceptance as Ba has a bad day during which his legs are too stumpy. On a winter's walk with big bear George, Ba's ears are cold and his legs feel "too stumpy"; back home, his porridge is "too lumpy" and "his tummy too plumpy. She enhances her spare text (only 109 words) with illustrations outlined in wide pencil and colored with soft, earth-toned markers.
Poor kitty! "She's only little, Ba," a big gentle bear named George says repeatedly. A big bear hug from Bartholomew, and the kitten gets squashed. A playful squirt with the water hose, and kitten gets soaked.
Find nearly any book by VIRGINIA MILLER. Find signed collectible books: 'Be Gentle! (A Bartholomew Bear Book)'. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. No", Said Bart (Books to Grow By). ISBN 9781881445913 (978-1-881445-91-3) Hardcover, Baby's First Book Club, 1992.
George, the big bear, and Bartholomew (& the very little bear, return for .
George, the big bear, and Bartholomew (& the very little bear, return for another growing-up lesson (Go to Bed!, 1993, et., this time about how to treat a pet. Cautioned to be gentle with his new kitten, Ba gives her a squashing hug, wild rides on his swing and in his wagon, and a squirt with the garden hose. An ear-splitting drum serenade is too much, and the kitten runs away. Having learned his lesson, Ba is ready now to be very gentle indeed, and the kitten sits on his lap and purrs. This book should have a long and happy life in veterinary offices, pet shops, and animal shelters, as well as in the usual outlets.
Authors: Miller, Virginia. Bartholomew the bear has lots to learn about playing nicely with his new pet in this charming picture book about toddlerhood. When George gives Bartholomew a little black kitten, he tells him to be gentle with her. Nah, says Bartholomew
Authors: Miller, Virginia. Nah, says Bartholomew. But the kitten is very small and Bartholomew's games are very boisterous. This lively story about playing nicely will be enjoyed by very young children.
George A. Miller, American psychologist who was one of the founders of cognitive psychology and of cognitive neuroscience (see cognitive science)
George A. Miller, American psychologist who was one of the founders of cognitive psychology and of cognitive neuroscience (see cognitive science). He also made significant contributions to psycholinguistics and the study of human communication. One of Miller’s most famous discoveries was that human. Miller stressed the importance of recoding-the reorganization of information into fewer units with more bits of information per unit-as a central feature of human thought processes. Recoding increases the quantity of data that one can process effectively and can help to overcome the seven-item ng limit.
George Armitage Miller (February 3, 1920 – July 22, 2012) was an American psychologist who was one of the founders of the cognitive psychology, and more broadly, of cognitive science. He also contributed to the birth of psycholinguistics.