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Janet S. Wong was born in Los Angeles, and grew up in Southern and Northern California

Janet S. Wong was born in Los Angeles, and grew up in Southern and Northern California. As part of her undergraduate program at UCLA, she spent her junior year in France, studying art history at the Université de Bordeaux. When she returned from France, Janet founded the UCLA Immigrant Children's Art Project, a program focused on teaching refugee children to express themselves through art. Janet S.

Janet S. Wong is an American author of children's books and poet. She has written over 50 books, spanning from middle grade, young adult, picture books, poetry, and short stories. She's the co-author of the 28-book poetry anthology The Poetry Friday Anthology, together with Sylvia Vardell and Guadalupe Garcia McCall. Wong was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in Koreatown, as the child of a Chinese and a Korean immigrant

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It's a hide-and-seek day! Where's the best hiding place? Here? Or here? Or maybe here! Better find one lickety-split (. . . one . . . two . . . ) because Daddy is counting (. . . three . . . four . . . ) while cookies are baking ( . . . five . . . six . . . ). Is this the spot? ( . . . seven . . . eight . . . ) Ready . . . or not!Introduces simple counting skills.

Comments: (2)

Vichredag
I have been a fan of Janet Wong since GRUMP. Since reading Grump, I have read several of her other picture books in addition to her poetry books. HIDE & SEEK is a great book whether you're looking for a counting concept book, or a fun story book to read aloud.

You might say that this book had me from the very first line...."Cookie time is the perfect time..." in this case, cookie time is the perfect time for a father-son team to play hide-and-seek with the family dog, of course. As the father counts and the son and his dog hide around the house and in the yard, Wong treats us to some wonderful word-pictures as she describes this timeless childhood game. "Hide-and-seek means/ find a fat tree,/ stand behind it/ tall and thin,/ don't scratch,/ don't sneeze--/ hide/ and freeze." As the boy and dog continue to hide, changing locations often since the dog can't keep quiet or still...the fun continues as we count to ten. When the Dad's through counting, the game continues as the boy decides that the perfect time to be "found" is just after the ding of the oven bell has gone off signaling snack time!

Hide & Seek is a great book. Both the author, Janet Wong, and the illustrator, Margaret Chodos-Irvine, have done a good job in capturing some of the joys of childhood.
SlingFire
This seems weak effort from this author. The art is fine--the text is awkward and pointless, "No, not the trash can-you want to stink? It might be okay to hide under the sink." Not really a counting book either.
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Early Learning
Author: Janet S. Wong
ISBN: 0152049347
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Early Learning
Language: English
Publisher: Harcourt Children's Books; 1 edition (April 1, 2005)
Pages: 40 pages