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All of Baby, Nose to Toes Board book – June 9, 2011

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Starred Review. As infectious as a baby's first smile, this celebratory book will enchant any family with a newborn to love. While ostensibly exploring a baby's anatomy, Adler's sunny poem and Nakata's ebullient watercolors demonstrate not only a baby's exploratory joy but also the palpable delight a baby brings to a family. The satisfyingly predictable pattern of verse lends itself to interactive hugs and tickles. A closeup illustration of the roly-poly baby (Baby's got eyes,/ bright little eyes) is followed by a page divided into four illustrations (Round as pies eyes./ Just the right size eyes./ Like an owl—wise eyes./ Peeka-peeka-boo). The question Who loves baby's eyes? (later asked about nose, ears, tummy, etc.) is answered at the turn of the page (Me, I do.) as Nakata shows the baby interacting with different family members. A final verse and spread featuring the whole clan—parents, grandparents, brother and even the dog—provides an adulatory conclusion. Although the book is recommended for those under age two, it is especially suitable as a new-baby present for any member of a warmhearted family. Up to age 2. (June)
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PreS–Through bouncy verses, children follow a toddler's antics as her grandparents, parents, a brother, and a pet dog celebrate everything about her, from her eyes to her tummy to her toes. Baby's got ears,/cute little ears./Smaller than bunny ears./Stick out kinda funny ears./Hearing everyoney ears./Baby's got two./Who loves baby's ears?/Me! I do! Cheery watercolor and gouache artwork breaks the spreads into full-, double-, and quarter-page images. Despite the use of baby in the title, toddlers are the more appropriate audience for the book's pastel color palette and playful details. This is a lively lap-reading experience for the very young and their grown-ups, likely inspiring a dose of tickling in the process.–Rachel G. Payne, Brooklyn Public Library, NY
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Product Details

  • Age Range: 1 - 2 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool and up
  • Board book: 30 pages
  • Publisher: Dial Books; Brdbk edition (June 9, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0803735316
  • ISBN-13: 978-0803735316
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.8 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,192 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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We actually recieved the hard cover copy of this book through the imagination library, a program that sends my girls a new book every month. This book quickly became my 11 month old daughters favorite book. Unfortunately, she loved it so much, she would pick it up by the pages and carry it around, tearing every page. I bought this board book as a replacement, much better for her age! Very sweet book, she is now 15 months and it is still her favorite. She has learned where her eyes, ears, nose, tummy, legs and toes are by reading this.
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This one goes WAY to the top of our list of favorites. I ADORED the illustrations and the format and the word repetition make it perfect for baby learning more about their body and learning more about reading and books as well. If only all board books could be so reasonably priced, beautifully illustrated, entertaining, and educational all at once.
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This book is the cutest baby book I have ever read. I love how it is fun for myself as a mother to read while also keeps my little ones attention with great graphics (she is six months now). I chose the board book because it is more durable and will withstand time much better than any other type (i.e., hardback or paperback). This book is also instructional and is great for teaching body parts.
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I bought the ebook version on my Galaxy S7 Edge but the screen wasn't big enough to capture baby's attention and fully enjoy this book.

It was also difficult fot me to read the ebook. I asked myself if it was good enough to buy twice.

I eventually bought it again, board book this time, because the rhyming words were stuck in my head and it is such a sweet story.

This is much better than Guess How Much I Love You. The board book is sturdy with baby-captivating, colorful imagery. It is a pretty good size, not too big or too small.

"Round as pies eyes... Just the right size eyes!"
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This book is simple, but it's nice because it welcomes you to be interactive when learning about basic body parts - tickling tummies and putting feet in the air. My son is 20 months and still enjoys this book after several months of reading it again and again.
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I was given this book as a baby shower gift. My baby loved it so much, it was in circulation for a while at our house. She especially loved the repeated "Me! I do!" A great way to learn body parts and very fun rhymes. For a read along, please visit my youtube channel: Little Readers [...]
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Victoria Adler, All of Baby Nose to Toes (Dial Books, 2009)

Victoria Adler is another author (viz. David Milgrim above) who got her book put on hold at the library because one of hers (Baby, Come Away) is in heavy rotation at Goat Central storytime. All of Baby Nose to Toes isn't the world's most original book, but Adler seems to be on more solid ground than she was when trying to think way outside the box in Baby, Come Away. I actually liked this one a little bit more, though honestly it's like trying to compare apples and oranges. Of the books of its type, honestly, the only other one I've found that even comes close to being this re-readable, enchanting, and popular at storytime is Mem Fox's Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes. This one is definitely going into the permanent collection. ****
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Adorable read along...perfect for a "baby's first book" selection when you're just going to comment on pictures and have a good cuddle. Sturdy board book that can take a lot of handling from those little hands.
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