Good Morning Baby uses rhyme to help with the wake up routine of washing, dressing and eating breakfast. This over-sized board book features an African-American baby girl with soft curly black hair decorated with a pretty pink bow.
- Susie Wilde
In the last year there has been an explosion of African-American books illustrated or written by people within the culture. Finally there are board books written by and featuring African-American babies! Companion books Good Night Baby and Good Morning Baby describe in rhyme the gearing up and the winding day of an exuberant toddler. Part of the "What-A-Baby" series.
School Library Journal
PreS-- Two books about toddlers as they go through their daily routines. In Good Morning Baby , a little girl gets up, dresses, and eats breakfast before heading out for the day with her father. Good Night Baby shows a little boy at the end of a busy day as he winds down with a bath and a bedtime story before going to sleep. The texts consist of a scant few words per page with the major part of the action carried by the large, uncluttered illustrations. Realistically drawn, they both feature African-American children and show a few items against stark white backgrounds. Average fare for libraries with a constant demand for board books. --Kay McPherson, Central Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, GA