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Newborn

by Howard Schatz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811811956, Hardcover)

Acclaimed photographer Howard Schatz deftly captures the first wonder, confusion, joy, and frustration that newborn babies experience as they discover the world around them. Their perplexing facial expressions, the light in their eyes, even their body language give hints about the very special people they will grow to become. More than 30 extraordinary portraits of a diverse group of infant girls and boys, ranging in age from one day to one month, fill this unusual and irresistible collection. An enticing gallery of memorable images, Newborn beautifully records the essence of tiny lives and makes a perfect gift for new and expectant parents.

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