HugsKisses (Babyfaces)

HugsKisses Babyfaces Babies are mesmerized by other babies and the strikingly candid photos in HUGS KISSES will keep little ones spellbound Roberta Grobel Intrater s vibrant photographs capture endearing moments with babi

  • Title: HugsKisses (Babyfaces)
  • Author: Roberta Grobel Intrater Nic Bishop
  • ISBN: 9780439420037
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Board Book
  • Babies are mesmerized by other babies and the strikingly candid photos in HUGS KISSES will keep little ones spellbound Roberta Grobel Intrater s vibrant photographs capture endearing moments with babies and toddlers as they get hugs and kisses from parents and siblings Each book contains five spreads and sturdy board pages with rounded corners for safe handlingBabies are mesmerized by other babies and the strikingly candid photos in HUGS KISSES will keep little ones spellbound Roberta Grobel Intrater s vibrant photographs capture endearing moments with babies and toddlers as they get hugs and kisses from parents and siblings Each book contains five spreads and sturdy board pages with rounded corners for safe handling by little ones, and the small convenient size is just right for taking along Coupled with the simple, rhyming text, this is a perfect snuggling book and an ideal first read aloud book, sure to please both parents and children.

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    1. I thought we had seen all the books in this series, so finding this one was a pleasant surprise. It was great to point out the babies to Natalie, but also the hugging and kissing. It was a great excuse to hug and kiss her and got me at least one rare toddler kiss. Natalie liked the picture of the daddy with his baby near the end. That was a nice aspect of the book, a variety in not just the babies, but the adults with them. Though, I thought one picture of a mom kissing her baby's cheek shouldn' [...]

    2. Ordered this because my son's at an age where he likes looking at pictures of other babies. I was a little disappointed with the photos. Some seem overly staged, and they could all stand to be brighter. I was surprised to see this was published in 2002 -- the photos look more 80s. Still, they're large photos and depict babies and moms of a variety of colors (there are even a couple of dads). The text is simple but sweet. My son seems to really enjoy it and even gives me hugs during the hugging p [...]

    3. This book is pretty simple and easy to follow through, it talks about affection and relationships between caregivers/parents. The book is made out of hard material for children that like to put things in their mouths, this book would be an introduction book for infant to invite them to the world of reading. I like it because it is simple and understanding for infants. The pictures demonstrate a joyful vibe children can pick up from. The reactions from children would be positive.

    4. Another great book in this series. My 17 month old daughter enjoys the photographs of babies and she loves when we act out the words (kiss the tummy, kiss the feet, kiss on the cheek, etc.). We borrowed it from the library, but she loves it so much we might have to buy our own copy.

    5. Another favorite from the Baby Faces series. It's hard to go wrong with pictures of babies. This is perfect for my 17-18 month old toddler since she's just starting the stage of more kissing and hugging. Not too many words per page for this age either.

    6. I loved reading and doing the actions of this board book with my infant and he responded to each and every hug and kiss. The photographs of the children are beautiful and paired well with each action.

    7. Straightforward simple text, broad range of babies/families represented. Pictures feel dated though that doesn't stop 11mo old from being drawn to look at them.

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