By Rob Reid
Illustrated by Lorraine Williams
Wave your elbows,
wave your toes.
Wave your tongue,
and wave your nose.
There are so many different ways to wave goodbye! Babies and toddlers will delight in discovering how to wave with their entire bodies.
Waving becomes an occasion for movement and fun, as a sister and her little brother join their friends for a birthday party. With its rollicking rhymes and vivacious illustrations, Wave Goodbye is a joyful workout for young bodies and imaginations.
About the Creators
is a librarian and lecturer for the Foundations of Education Department at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He is the author of several books for librarians on how to integrate music, storytelling, and poetry into library programs. Reid lives in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. This is his only book for children. To learn more, visit rapnrob.com.
is a fine artist who has also worked as a commercial art director, graphic designer, and illustrator. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Williams lives in Brooklyn, New York.
About This Title
Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC)
Interest Level:Grades PreK - 1
Reading Level:Grades 1 - K
Five Senses / Body Parts, Similarities and Differences, Siblings, Poetry, Music, Multiethnic interest, Imagination, Holidays/Traditions, Dance, Childhood Experiences and Memories, Beginning Concepts