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The Baby's Game Book by Isabel Wilner

The Baby's Game Book

by Isabel Wilner

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0688159168, Hardcover)

For any new parent who wants to recreate the delightful tickling, finger play, and knee-ride nursery games of childhood, but who can't quite remember how they go, this book is a must. All the lovely old standards are included here--pat-a-cake, rub-a-dub-dub, and to market, to market--as well as some charming new ones. More than just a way to encourage baby's physical development, rhythm, and hand-eye coordination, these songs help baby and caregiver bond while fostering a habit of pleasurable, rewarding one-on-one play. Charmingly illustrated with soft watercolors, this handsome volume explains 35 activities in all. Importantly, the author points out that there is no "right" way to play these games with your baby--use these simple rhymes and songs as a starting place to develop your own personal play traditions. (Baby to preschool) --Marianne Painter

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:14:33 -0400)

Rhymes, illustrations, and instructions present a variety of simple games to play with babies, including foot tapping, knee rides, finger play, peek-a-boo, and tickle games.

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