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Baby Faces

Perfect for early childhood development happy babies laughing babies silly babies and crying babies are found on the pages of this padded board bookLook at all the sweet baby faces showing. Maddie stared intently at the other babies and Kait liked talking about their emotions Trial of a Feminizer pages of this The Breach of Crowns padded board bookLook at all the sweet baby faces showing. Maddie stared intently at the other babies and Kait liked talking about their emotions

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That they are happy sad sleepy and Your baby can make the same expressions to help recognize common expressions This durable little book is sure to piue baby's interestWith bright colorfu. Minus half a star for the where s baby peekaboo combo The baby is right there He s not even a little bit hidden in that basket Lazy

Dawn Sirett Å 0 Free read

L photos and simple word labels that capture the expressions and moods of babies throughout their busy days Baby Faces will mesmerize little ones when they see other children just like the. This particular edition has 5 babies and only one is a POC I love this series of photographs of babies for my infant but this particular text heavy glitter added edition with little diversity is not on my go to list to buy

  • Board Book
  • 16
  • Baby Faces
  • Dawn Sirett
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 9780789436504

10 thoughts on “Baby Faces

  1. says:

    One of my kid's favorite books to put in his mouth It shows pictures of babies in various moods This claims to help a kid's social development which sounds like it might be taking itself a little seriouslyThe thing that keep

  2. says:

    Maddie stared intently at the other babies and Kait liked talking about their emotions

  3. says:

    One of my daughter's favorites from 6 mos to a year She loves to flip through and look at the babies with faces describing different feelings sad surprised angry sleepy dirty hungry etc We also read this book to learn about labeling emotions I sometimes open it and point to the face that describes her current state and ask her if she feels like that baby and tell her what word is used to describe him or her I think it may promote empathy bu

  4. says:

    This is a great book to use in educating your baby in emotions This book shows several emotions made by other babies It is well illustrated and very colorful

  5. says:

    Minus half a star for the where's baby peekaboo combo The baby is right there He's not even a little bit hidden in that basket Lazy

  6. says:

    This book highlights the concept of emotions It is a board book and is appropriate for the very young child Piaget's sensorimotor stage of cognitive development 0 2 years This is a stage where the child repeats interesting actions and this book can be used by the readercaregiver to imitate the facial expressions

  7. says:

    Every page is literally just a crisp photo of a baby's face with a single descriptive word under it That's it Don't knock it until you've tried it We keep this on the changing table and it's often the only thing that will hold our wiggly child's attention long enough for us to change her diaper Find the peekaboo babyWhat does the laughing ba

  8. says:

    Babies love other babies And this book is proof My daughter at 14 months is just starting to get into the phase of reuesting the same book over and over again I just borrowed from the library on Monday put it in her library book basket and we have already read this one at least 10 times When she goes over and pulls out books this is the one that gets handed to Momma and Dadda to read to her

  9. says:

    This particular edition has 5 babies and only one is a POC I love this series of photographs of babies for my infant but this particular text heavy glitter added edition with little diversity is not on my go to list to buy

  10. says:

    Given away free by BookTrust BookTrust certainly have a knack for choosing the best books My baby loves this book I started reading it to her when she was under a year old and at about 16 months she can understand the expressions and mimics it5 stars

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