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Hello Baby! (edition 2009)

by Mem Fox, Steve Jenkins (Illustrator)

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Member:MaryConner
Title:Hello Baby!
Authors:Mem Fox
Other authors:Steve Jenkins (Illustrator)
Info:Beach Lane Books (2009), Hardcover, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:picture book 2009

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This book explin relationships between mother and baby animals
Source: Pierce College Library
Age: 3-5 ( )
  Yuna0130 | Nov 18, 2013 |
Hello Baby is about describing who and what baby is and in the end all we know is that baby is a treasure. This story asks questions about who/what baby is and also describes the animals. It is recommended for early preschool to kindergarten.
  kelsiemaxwell | Sep 17, 2013 |
Introduces readers to different animals as babies, with their parents. Students will love the book, especially for the variety of animals. ( )
  AmandaPerrigo | Jun 13, 2013 |
Hello Baby! has beautiful collaged pictures and a soothing meter, perfect for little listeners. Older children will enjoy it as they learn about living things and their unique physical adaptions to their environment. Students would enjoy the anticipation of the next page, based on the rhyme scheme and theme of large wild animals.
  hcurrey | Jan 18, 2013 |
This simple but beautifully illustrated children's picture book introduces children to a variety of animals while making a clear connection to the bond between parent/adult and child. The illustrations are different in that they resemble the use of layered paper to make each of the animals come alive rather than a clear, definite brush stroke or picture. As a result, the illustrations almost appear to be 3D and make each of the animals distinct and eye-catching. This could be a great book to teach children what some animals look like to help make the connection between the word for each and its appearance. ( )
  leibrockkr | Sep 26, 2012 |
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A baby encounters a variety of young animals, including a clever monkey, a hairy warthog, and a dusty lion cub, before discovering the most precious creature of all.

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