A great face/emotion book
This one had Little N under its spell – just as Global Babies did. He brings this one to me to read over and over. He is fascinated by the babies in this book. Plus, it has a sweet, simple story that momma does not mind reading!
Such a neat concept – using artwork as a baby concept book. As I looked at this book with Little N, I pointed out face parts – eyes, nose, mouth. So many different looks. I will say that while Little N was not totally mesmerized by the book, his mama sure was. Perhaps we can try it again another time.
Little N liked this face book (not quite as much as he liked Global Babies though). We enjoyed all the silly things that can end up on a hat – a puppy dog, a frog!
Little N liked the baby pictures – especially the “off you go” and the babies crawling. There was a bit of a “touch and feel” element to this with the fuzzy bunny on the front and the wooly teddy bear on the last page.
A baby face book that is all about smiling and laughing. Good exposure to vocabulary – e.g. chuckle, giggle, and grin.
This one had Little N entranced. He reaches for this one and loved to see all the different babies. Momma loved the sweet storyline – bottom line babies everywhere are loved.
Little N liked this one better than the Baby Faces by Margaret Miller. The babies “hiding” seemed to draw him in and keep his attention a bit better.
Clear pictures of baby faces. This one covers different emotions.
Little N likes this one. He is enchanted by the faces and the subtle changes from face to face as the pages flip.