All of Baby, Nose to Toes
by Victoria Adler and Hiroe Nakata
Baby’s eyes, nose, ears, tummy, and toes are all cause for celebration with... read more
Baby’s eyes, nose, ears, tummy, and toes are all cause for celebration with catchy rhymes and bouncy rhythm. “Baby’s got eyes, bright little eyes. Round as pies eyes. Just the right size eyes. Like an owl-wise eyes. Peeka-peeka-boo. Who loves baby’s eyes?” Turn the page to “Me! I do” and an illustration of Mom smooching her bright-eyed baby. Each of baby’s other features is introduced in a similar manner, and family members (including Dad, siblings, and Grandpa) take turns doting on the little one. Cheerful watercolor and gouache illustrations follow this well-loved baby from breakfast to bedtime. (Ages birth–2)
© Cooperative Children's Book Center, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, 2010
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- English Language Arts
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