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Baby's First Words: Home

Baby's First Words: Home By Bloomsbury Baby s First Words Home Parents and friends will love teaching babies their first words with this vibrant board book all about familiar objects they see around their own home Babies will love learning the names of favorite

  • Title: Baby's First Words: Home
  • Author: Bloomsbury
  • ISBN: 9781619638242
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Board Book
  • Baby's First Words: Home By Bloomsbury Parents and friends will love teaching babies their first words with this vibrant board book, all about familiar objects they see around their own home Babies will love learning the names of favorite household items and the sounds they make through the glossy, embossed pictures of this playful and interactive book, packed with first words such as house, garden, kitchen, anParents and friends will love teaching babies their first words with this vibrant board book, all about familiar objects they see around their own home Babies will love learning the names of favorite household items and the sounds they make through the glossy, embossed pictures of this playful and interactive book, packed with first words such as house, garden, kitchen, and .
    Baby's First Words: Home By Bloomsbury

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    1. zapkode on said:

      My thoughts I enjoyed flipping through this board book I especially like the bright colors and the bold print I think that the words and the illustrations go together nicely Hand and hand and they help to make it easy for a young child to see what each word means I also like the different textures in which the pages are made Each page has a different kind of texture to it that allows a young child to run their hands or fingers across to show the difference between page and illustration.There are [...]

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