101 Things to Do with a Babyby Jan Ormerod
What can you do with a brand-new baby? Here are 101 ideas offered by a clever big sister for keeping one baby entertained - and happy as a clam.
Publishers Weekly - Publisher's WeeklyPlayful, action-filled illustrations, laid out in comic book-style panels, show a girl and her parents spending a day with the new baby. Upbeat and cozy. Ages 3-up. (Mar.)
Children's Literature - Susie WildeThe frontispiece shows a bleary eyed mother, nursing a baby in bed while reading, to her thumb-sucking little girl. The book goes on to list 101 activities, which begin with saying good morning and end with a goodnight kiss. Throughout the story we see in the background the warmth and humor of a nurturing family that obviously delights in the time its members spend with each other. A great way to introduce a sibling to a new baby.
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This was the best book to give when the second baby was born. It shows not only that the older child will love the baby, but it is ok to feel jealous sometimes too. I wish it would be out in print now, but it might not be PC enough for the now generation.
A great book for when the second child arrives or just before. Sweet and funny illustrations.Shows the good and the bad of a baby in the house. Even my 10 year old boy enjoyed after becoming a big brother.Also I especially enjoyed it because it shows a nursing mom.