Bookbag: babies reading (7 items)
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Rhyming text compares the love Mommy and Daddy have for their baby to the various things that animals do. Book is read in both directions.
"From the early morning of a new day to afternoon nap time to the evening bath and bedtime, a baby's life is sometimes quiet, sometimes busy, and always filled with baby love. Newbery Medal recipient Cynthia Rylant and beloved artist Diane Goode joyfully celebrate all of the treasured moments in a baby's life in six read-aloud verses for babies and toddlers to share - especially with those they love."--jacket
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-240) and index.Why Baby Read-Alouds Benefit Your Baby's Language Development -- Ten Benefits of Reading Aloud to Your Baby from Day One -- Eight Baby Read-Aloud Basics -- How to Read the Baby Read-Aloud Way -- Introducing the Six Stages of Baby Read-Alouds -- The Listener (Birth to Two Months) -- The Observer (Two to Four Months) -- The Cooer (Four to Eight Months) -- The Babbler (Eight to Twelve Months) -- The Word Maker (Twelve to Eighteen Months) -- The Phrase Maker (Eighteen to Twenty-four Months) -- Practical Tips and Resources -- Questions and Answers -- Fun Activities and Tips to Manage TV and Make a Language Rich Home -- Interviews with Parents of Successful Readers -- Baby Books 101.
Includes bibliographical references.Introduces new parents to the power of books, songs, stories, and play at this crucial time in a child's development.
A bunny mother explores all of the wonderful things she can do with her baby, from holding and hugging to feeding and dressing.