|Written by : Carol Casey|
Published by : Dear Baby Books
ISBN-10 : 0982097204
ISBN-13 : 978-0982097205
Reading Level : Baby-Preschool
Reading Jungle says:
Cleverly written as a parent's love letter to baby, this tender board book will captivate you and your child with each reading. Children will instantly connect with its rhythmic and delightful verses as the adoring parent captures the simple, playful, yet meaningful moments of sharing life with baby. Its charming illustrations, vibrant colors, and glossy pages add depth and further draw in the reader.
Carol Casey makes a noteworthy splash with her debut as a children's book author, presenting Dear Baby, What I Love About You! as her first contribution in the planned eight-book Dear Baby series. Jason Oransky makes his own mark by depicting the wide range of actions and emotions with his rich eye-grabbing illustrations.
Reading Jungle enjoyed Ms. Casey's unique approach of using a loving parent, speaking directly to baby, to convey not only the routine activities of the day, but the deeper feelings they engender. The book also offers a personal touch by including a reading log to record the memories of shared story times, creating a family keepsake to treasure for years to come. We believe Dear Baby, What I Love About You! will become a new favorite for families, and will strengthen the parent-child bond each time it is shared.
From the Author:
What is that thing about babies that makes us fall so crazy in love with them? I started DearBaby Books because I couldn't find a book that put in to words how I felt, how we all felt really, about the first grandchild in our family. I also wanted to create a book filled with objects that are familiar to babies and toddlers. As the baby grows into a toddler the book becomes a point-and-name game. Where's the blanket? Where's Baby's bib? Where's the highchair? Can you find the bottle? The Baby Yearbook is a feature that will be in every DearBaby Book. It's a wonderful way to capture precious memories for children of who read to them when they were babies.