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Books with title Old Hat, New Hat

  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, July 8, 1997)
    Brother Bear explores the concepts of size and shape as he shops for a new hat. He tries on frilly hats and silly hats, bumpy hats and lumpy hats, until he finds the most perfect hat of all--his own!
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Aug. 16, 1970)
    Illus. in full color. "Out shopping, the Bears look at frilly and silly hats, bumpy and lumpy ones. Offers slapstick humor and simple concepts of sizes and shape."--School Library Journal.
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    eBook (Random House Books for Young Readers, Feb. 9, 2011)
    Illus. in full color. "Out shopping, the Bears look at frilly and silly hats, bumpy and lumpy ones. Offers slapstick humor and simple concepts of sizes and shape."--School Library Journal.
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  • Old Hat, New Hat

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Hardcover (Harpercollins Pub Ltd, July 31, 1982)
    In OLD HAT NEW HAT the first few pages carry the reader well into the plot simply by the repetition of three words. Gradually new words are introduced, the pace is quickened and suddenly even the earliest or slowest reader has 'read a book'. Bright and early books help even the youngest children get ready to read. Simple stories and basic concepts are humorously presented in rhythm and rhyme. Pictures that fully explain the text help even babies make the important connection between word and meaning. It's never too early to find out that 'Learning to read is fun'.
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain; Jan Berenstain;

    Paperback (HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, Aug. 16, 1800)
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Jan Berenstain, Stan; Berenstain

    Hardcover (Random House, Aug. 16, 1970)
    Title: Old Hat New Hat <>Binding: Hardcover <>Author: StanBerenstain <>Publisher: RandomHouseBooksforYoungReaders
  • Old Hat

    Emily Gravett

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Feb. 27, 2018)
    From the creator of Wolves, Dogs, Tidy, and the Bear and Hare series and twice-winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal, Emily Gravett comes a fresh, funny, and punchy picture book about the futility of fads and the joy of learning to be yourself.Harbet had a hat. His Nana had knitted it for him when he was little. Harbet likes his comfy knitted hat, but the others keep jeering at him—OLD HAT! OLD HAT! No matter what headwear he buys—be it a towering fruit platter hat, an old-boot-on-the-head hat, or a brightly lit traffic cone hat, Harbet cannot keep up with the latest fashions. As soon as he gets a brand new hat it is already…OLD HAT! It seems that Harbet will never fit in. But when one day he decides to go his own way, Harbet discovers just how much more fun it is to stop following others and think for yourself.
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain

    Paperback (HarperCollins Children's Books, Aug. 22, 1982)
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain

    Hardcover (Harpercollins Pub Ltd, July 31, 1982)
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  • Old Hat, New Hat

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Paperback (HarperCollins Distribution Services, Oct. 4, 1973)
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  • Old Hat New Hat

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Library Binding (Random House Books for Young Readers, Aug. 12, 1970)
    Illus. in full color. "Out shopping, the Bears look at frilly and silly hats, bumpy and lumpy ones. Offers slapstick humor and simple concepts of sizes and shape."--School Library Journal.
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  • Old Hat

    Emily Gravett

    eBook (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Feb. 27, 2018)
    From the creator of Wolves, Dogs, Tidy, and the Bear and Hare series and twice-winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal, Emily Gravett comes a fresh, funny, and punchy picture book about the futility of fads and the joy of learning to be yourself.Harbet had a hat. His Nana had knitted it for him when he was little. Harbet likes his comfy knitted hat, but the others keep jeering at him—OLD HAT! OLD HAT! No matter what headwear he buys—be it a towering fruit platter hat, an old-boot-on-the-head hat, or a brightly lit traffic cone hat, Harbet cannot keep up with the latest fashions. As soon as he gets a brand new hat it is already…OLD HAT! It seems that Harbet will never fit in. But when one day he decides to go his own way, Harbet discovers just how much more fun it is to stop following others and think for yourself.