Monday, August 20, 2012

Baby Faces by Mallory Loehr

Babies are real good at making faces.  Here's a book that showcases some of them.

Random House Children's Books sent me a copy of this board book for review (thank you).  The book has been published, so check at your local bookstore for a copy.

Vanessa Brantley Newton has created cute baby faces for the pages.  Each baby does something different and the child can watch the action by pulling a tab and and seeing the results.  The book is put together firmly and should handle little ones hands.

The babies chew, wink, sneeze and more.  I can see little ones reading the story again and again so they can play with the tabs and watch the faces change.

This would be a good gift for a child who will be having a new brother or sister, or for a child that is three or four and enjoys new things (like tabs).  Why not pick up a copy for the young one in your life?

Happy reading.

1 comment:

Shan said...

I love books that are geared for the little ones, and what better way to get babies involved but at looking at other baby faces. They also enjoy repetition so nice for us adults to have a little variety.