Noahs Ark: Lift and Look


Lift and Look books tell Bible stories using colorful board-and-foam pages with cutouts that little fingers can remove. Each removable foam piece hides a surprise picture.

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Lift and Look books tell Bible stories using colorful board-and-foam pages with cutouts that little fingers can remove. Each removable foam piece hides a surprise picture.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780784714591
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/4/2003
  • Edition description: LIFTFLAP
  • Pages: 8
  • Sales rank: 130,829
  • Age range: 1 - 4 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.74 (w) x 5.82 (h) x 1.52 (d)

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  • Posted November 17, 2008

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    Great Baby Gift

    I like to give a book in a bag with tissue and then, add a few other things, like a stuffed animal or body suits. The mother's always seem very happy about it. Story time can be a wonderful quality time activity for parents. It's not spoiling the kids. Parenting is challenging and many become dragged down by the chores, but things like sharing books keep a peppy attitude of joyous peserverance and this is really important for the babies self esteem and development, they can sense if people feel they're mostly just a bother. Many think, if the baby doesn't understand much, I can't talk or read or sing to the baby. It's good not only to have some with very simple language to inch toward learning, but also read longer children's books and sing songs. Mine used up loads of my free time, indicating she wanted to hear more, and more, and more. I didn't mind a bit, her behavior at almost 13 is very good, and unspoiled. Without age appropriate ample conversations, the babies development is stunted. Some slight the "crazy" parents who talk to newborns or encourage them to speak seeing the children's attempts negatively like chit chat nonsense, but that's how they learn so it's not really crazy at all. They need a chance to experiment with the vocals and exercise expression. Baby books can be good tools to enhance their childhood and introduce moral education with creative, fascinating stories of faith, hope, and love. <BR/><BR/>Seeing their noises negatively also stunts the communication. So it's good to have plenty of songs, books and modern guidance to age appropriately accentuate the day chores with plenty of loving quality time. If they grow up neglected and discouraged by negativity, it actually dulls their conscious to learn the difference between right and wrong.<BR/><BR/>So many are afraid it will lead to legalism [i.e. superficial laws], and bad things that have happened in history, but just like learning the alphabet if they don't get a chance to learn the basic pillars of character, and study what went good in bad for humans, then, it's like morally being brought up in a wilderness while the parents may be their for other things, otherwise, they may as well be brought up by wolves.

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