I Can Do It Myself!

A Board Book



ISBN: 9781419704000 Categories: ,

Stephen Krensky


Children and parents alike will delight in this joyous declaration of toddler independence. This book celebrates the feats of growing out of babyhood and starting to embrace the world on your own terms. Whether it’s being tall enough to reach a high shelf or brave enough to splash in the waves, Krensky and Gillingham address the small victories that come with growing just a little bit older. Energentic text and retro-fresh illustrations celebrate this important developmental stage with charm and relevance.

Note: illustrations are in the style of vintage screen prints, with imperfect variations in color and texture.

Praise for I Can Do It Myself
“Short and satisfying, these ’empowering celebrations’ of burgeoning independence will encourage small children to see how far they’ve already come.”
-The Wall Street Journal

“Krensky celebrates the increasing independence of toddlers and their pride of accomplishment.”
-The Horn Book

The Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s Best Books for Kids & Teens – Spring 2013
Toronto Public Library system’s “First & Best” Reading Program

Additional information

Weight 219 g
Dimensions 16.2 x 22.8 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 1 September 2012
Number of pages 12
Format Board book
Contributors Illustrated by Sara Gillingham
Dimensions 16.2 x 22.8 cm
Weight 219 g


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Stephen Krensky has now written more than 130 fiction and nonfiction children’s books, including novels, picture books, easy readers, and biographies. Among his favorites are the four earlier books in the Empowerment series––Now I Am Big!, I Can Do It Myself!, I Know a Lot!, and I Am So Brave! He lives with his wife in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Sara Gillingham is an award-winning art director and designer who has published over 15 books for young children. She lives with her family in British Columbia.