Baby Girl: The Novel (BabyGirl: the Series)
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This interactive book is tons of fun, inviting your baby to press the dot and see what happens! Teaches cause and effect, with the dots moving, multiplying, and scattering with the touch of your baby's finger! Baby signing can teach your baby to communicate basic needs with simple gestures, teaching baby and parents about the interactive nature of communication beyond the spoken word. Bold contrasts and simple words guide babies through the magical experience of animals sharing their excitement over a new baby's arrival.
A story about growing up and the special bonds between mother and son, from baby to adult. A lovely story about love, generations, and parenting. This fun lift-the-flap baby book is a colorful first lesson about our bodies, revealing parts of the body hiding under hats, shirts, and bubble baths! A fun game of peek-a-boo for baby and parents alike! Whether during the day or at bedtime, reading to your baby will leave you and your child smiling and wanting more! We pulled together over 50 of the best baby books available, including not only classics like The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Goodnight Moon, but also relative newcomers like the amazing line of children's books by Blue Dot, and timely topical books like The Colors of Us and Hair Love.Dena wants to behave decently, but that's not easy in an industry that lives and dies by the rating numbers. She clawed her way to the top by believing in herself, but now that she's made it, she's not entirely sure who she is.
The classic nursery rhyme comes alive in this adorable story about perseverance and commitment, as our little arachnid friend experiences the ups and downs along their journey to the top of the water spout!Our all-time favorite bedtime book, this book will lull your little one to sleep with clever rhymes and a lot of silly fun. Pull on the bottoms, put on the top, and get yourself set to pajama-bee-bop! This book has vibrant photographs of baby faces from all walks of life, with all emotions, and multiracial representation.
Lloyd the Llama explores the forest and asks his friends if their mama is a llama. Their clues about their mama are a real treat, and teach babies about beautifully illustrated creatures. I wrote to the zoo to send me a pet… This book tells the tale of a child who requests a pet from the zoo, and the silly series of animals that were sent. Some too heavy, some too naughty, until the perfect pet arrives.The novel starts off promising - Flagg is in her element, piecing together a patchwork quilt of Southern personalities as inviting as the warmth they exude, painting detailed pictures and showing a real ear for dialogue. As soon as the story shifts into the protagonist's experience in NYC, however, the novel takes a real turn in all ways and never recovers.