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When a book is titled "Baby Minds: Brain Building Games Your Baby Will Love", you would expect that games would be the focus of the book -- at least I did! Instead, the "games" are limited to a few tips. In fact, the authors summarize the "games" in a mere 4 pages at the end of the 190 page book. And as other reviewers have noted, many of the games are regurgitated ideas. (like "Have a Tea Party" or "limit television time" or "Read Nursery Rhymes") The informationon brain development is interesting, but I expected that to be the lesser portion of the book, give the focus of the title.
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Initial post: Mar 30, 2012 3:28:26 PM PDT
Exactly the title is mis-leading.
Posted on Jun 19, 2013 10:28:07 AM PDT
I totally agree. The information contained in this book is interesting, but not at all what is advertised on the covers.
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