Baby Science: How Babies Really Work!

Baby Science: How Babies Really Work!

by Ann Douglas, Helene Desputeaux
     
 

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Why do babies cry? How do you hold a baby? Why do babies suck their toes? You don't have to have a new baby at home to want to know the answers to these intriguing questions.

Discover the science behind baby's first exciting year of development. The clear, straight-forward information, candid photos, and nifty hands-on activities in this book will turn any

Overview

Why do babies cry? How do you hold a baby? Why do babies suck their toes? You don't have to have a new baby at home to want to know the answers to these intriguing questions.

Discover the science behind baby's first exciting year of development. The clear, straight-forward information, candid photos, and nifty hands-on activities in this book will turn any reader into a baby expert!

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Cheryl Peterson
Why do babies cry? Why do they sleep so much? How do you hold a newborn? What can babies see? These and other questions are answered in simple straightforward text, accompanied by lots of photographs of babies. Science activities also are included, such as making baby food, tasting sweetened milk (to simulate breast milk), and creating a feely box. A perfect book for a preschooler with a new sibling, or any young child who is fascinated by babies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781895688832
Publisher:
Maple Tree Press
Publication date:
09/01/1998
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.12(d)
Age Range:
3 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

An award-winning writer, teacher, and journalist, Ann Douglas has published numerous books and written extensively on family life and parenting for a variety of Canadian and U.S. publications. Her book, Before You Were Born, was an "Our Choice" starred selection.

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