Baby Faces

Baby Faces

by Margaret Miller

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Overview

Baby Faces by Margaret Miller

Hey, baby! Look at these faces!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780689819117
Publisher: Little Simon
Publication date: 04/01/1998
Series: Look Baby! Books Series
Pages: 14
Sales rank: 78,946
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 7.25(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: Up to 1 Year

About the Author

Margaret Miller is the author and photographer of many books for children. My Five Senses was chosen as an "Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children" in 1995, and was a Booklist "Editor's Choice" selection for 1994. Her Look Baby series has been raved about in Publisher's Weekly and Parenting Magazine.

Margaret Miller is the author and photographer of many books for children. My Five Senses was chosen as an "Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children" in 1995, and was a Booklist "Editor's Choice" selection for 1994. Her Look Baby series has been raved about in Publisher's Weekly and Parenting Magazine.

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Baby Faces 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 3 year old son has autism. It is hard to find books that he can understand and learn from. This series of books has helped my son a lot! He has memorized 2 of them now. When I turn each page I ask him what is this? or what is happening in this picture? And he says 'messy', 'banana' or 'Spoon'... The babies faces being so large and clear helps my son to understand what feeling goes with each word. My son's doctor is the one who recommened this series of books to me and I recommend them to anyone with a child that has a learning disorder or to anyone with a child who is just starting out on having books read to them.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I read this book with my 1 1/2 year old daughter, she was able to understand the emotions being portrayed because she feels them too. I don't think that hiding 'negative' emotions from children is necessary-- she cries, she frowns, and when she saw a child with the same face she makes, she made the connection right away. I believe it helps children to understand the range of emotions that a person is capable of experiencing. She asks to read it daily.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My daughter recieved this book when she was only 4 months old and it has always been a favorite of hers. Just recently she learned how to say 'uh oh'. She picks this book off her book shelf, looks at me, and says 'this'. As I read it she turns the pages herself and when we get to the 'uh oh' page she say's 'uh oh' all by herself! Introducing her to books at a young age definately has it's benefits!
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 10 month old daughter loves this book. it makes her laugh every time I read it to her. The pictures of the babies are so big that she can really see them well. The babies in the book make funny faces that she tries to mimic. There aren't many words but the pictures are what makes the book great.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
4 out of 7 of the baby faces has the baby portraying a sour expression!! There's 'Stinky', 'Boo-hoo', 'Yucky' 'I'm word I'm dying to hear from my 1 year old - NOT!!', and 'Uh-Oh'. There are so many better baby face books out there that show happy laughing babies. Why on earth this book portrays negative expressions, I will never understand! Skip this book!!! Find another one that has happy babies!! There's so many to choose from!