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Babies Don't Bite by David Bedford
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Babies Don't Bite (2012)

by David Bedford, Tor Freeman (Illustrator)

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A great book for preparing a toddler or preschooler for the arrival of a new sibiling. My 4 year old proudly proclaims her little sister "loves her big sister to bits". We read this frequently during my pregnancy, and it is still a bed time favourite. ( )
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For my sister Julie, who just arrived one day! D.B.

For my great nephew and great neice, Jack and Stella, with love. T.F.
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One morning, Hegley went trotting down to the farmyard with some exciting news.
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Hegley is excited to hear that his mum is expecting a baby, until his farmyard friends tell him that babies pull tails and bite! But Hegley soon realises the best thing of all about babies - they love big brothers and sisters to bits!

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