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Where is baby's belly button? : a lift-the-flap book (original 2000; edition 2000)

by Karen Katz

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Title:Where is baby's belly button? : a lift-the-flap book
Authors:Karen Katz
Info:New York : Little Simon, c2000.
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Where Is Baby's Belly Button? by Karen Katz (2000)



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A fun way to learn about body parts! We have three copies of this in various states of repair (some flaps are torn or missing). Toddler loves the last page best: "Where is baby?" ( )
  JennyArch | Feb 27, 2017 |
a fun flip book finding different parts of a baby's body
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  TUCC | Jan 26, 2017 |
Our daughter has loved this book for months. We first got it at 7 months and even then she was able to pull down the flaps with some help. She is almost a year old now and still pulls this book off the shelf almost every day. Each spread features a question (Where is baby's belly button?) and then a flap to lift to find that body part (for example, revealing it under her shirt). It is fun to tickle the body part mentioned in the book and see our daughter giggle as she learns. These books are reasonably sturdy. She does bend the flaps if left to her own devices, but she hasn't ripped any off yet ( )
  jlelliott | Jan 4, 2017 |
In my opinion this a great book for young children. This book probably isn't even a K level, it is a simplistic learning to read book. It is good for young children because the pages are thick so they are easy to grasp. The lift flap pages are fun for little kids to keep their attention and involve them in the story. Children learn concept of print through books like this one which is really important for future reading skills. The book also goes through basic body parts like eyes, mouth, feet and obviously, bellybutton. As the adult reads the book the child can identify their own body parts after the character in the book does. This is a basic level of reliability but still helps form those key concepts that are the basics of reading. The book also has the characters doing tasks that every young child would do. For example on the last page it asks "Where are babys hand" the answer is behind the flap which is clearly a bathtub, "under the soap!" Its these little things that get young kids interested in reading books. The overall message of this book is just to be able to identify basic body parts. ( )
  Kacie11 | Oct 4, 2016 |
a book about babies body parts
  Hopebarker7 | Dec 8, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689835604, Board book)

Karen Katz's adorable babies play peekaboo in this delightful interactive book. The sturdy format and easy-to-lift flaps are perfect for parents and children to share.

"Where are Baby's hands? Under the bubbles!"

"Where are baby's eyes? Under her hat!"

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"Where are baby's hands? Under the bubbles...where are baby's eyes? under her hat!"

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