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[ pdf ] Hello Baby!Author Mem Fox –

After Meeting A Bevy Of Baby Animals Including A Clever Monkey, A Sleepy Leopard, And A Dusty Lion Cub The Baby In This Story Discovers The Most Precious Creature Of All Itself, Of Course With An Exuberant Rhyming Text By Bestselling Author Mem Fox And Adorable Cut Paper Illustrations By Caldecott Honor Recipient Steve Jenkins, This Book Is An Irresistible Celebration Of The Joyful Connection Between Parent And Child

10 thoughts on “Hello Baby!

  1. says:

    Take two amazing children s book creators and put them together and you get a treat like this book The book starts with a simple question, Hello, baby Who are you It moves from one animal guess to the next with each animal doing an action that children will love to imitate Fox has created a joyous bouncing verse that romps from one animal to the next with great merriment Paired with the amazing paperwork art of Jenkins, the book is taken to another level As I read this book, my mind immediately heard the chorus of preschoolers pretending to be yawning hippos I also saw groups of children rolling their eyes like geckos Jenkin s art is realistic and vivid The colors shout from the page and children will enjoy looking closely at the art even though it will project perfectly to a group Fox s words are brief and lovely, perfect for sharing with toddlers At the same time there is a sophistication about the art and the verse that will make it of interest to older preschoolers as well This is most definitely not solely a toddler title.Highly recommended as a great pick for toddlers and preschoolers But expect lots of animal actions and silliness along the way Appropriate for 2 5 year olds.

  2. says:

    A good possibility for a toddler storytime Except for the ending It doesn t work for me, so when I read the book, I m ending after the zebra.4 13 10 4 15 10 The book worked pretty well for pointing out our body parts noses, teeth, eyes that corresponded with the animals Even the dusty paws didn t throw them they knew it was their hands Some kids even did growly sounds with clawed paws And I ended after zebra, which worked perfectly.

  3. says:

    I love Mem Fox I love, love Steve Jenkins So how could I not love this cute rhyming book from this pair The simple rhymes illustrate the many types of baby you might beAre you an eagle, exploring the skies Perhaps you re a gecko with rolling eyes.And the illustrations are amazing, just as Steve Jenkins illustrations always are.My 5 year old liked this book quite a bit, and I am sure it would be an even bigger hit with babies and toddlers.

  4. says:

    Lovely simple rhymes, comparing baby animals to the human baby that this mother is talking to Endearing with gorgeous illustrations.

  5. says:

    This book is full of all kinds of different babies what s not to love

  6. says:

    This board book immediately engages the reader with gentle questions, pithy rhyme, and intigruing illustrations It s a keeper To reach the widest possible audience, I would challenge the author and ask, why is the owl s wink wicked Why not watchful or a word with less charge to it than wicked How could the final scene be relevant to children of all colors

  7. says:

    baby toddler picture bookLarge appealing pictures and sparse text with some unusual vocabulary make a great read to me book This would work be perfect for a baby toddler storytime, but I feel just a bit awkward saying the are you my treasure part to a roomful of kids and their parents probably would work fine, though.

  8. says:

    This book is a good way for children to learn about different animals and species I would recommend this book to children who want to learn about different species in school It is also an easy read for children who are starting to read.

  9. says:

    It s SUCH a beautiful little book for babies as little kids My 22 month old loves the illustrations, and always picks this book up over and over and over just to point to the animals, and now he s started nodding along to the beautiful verse.

  10. says:

    My year old son enjoyed flipping through this board book over and over looking at the pictures of the various animals The art is done in a cut and paste style so each animal appears to have texture against a blank white background.