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Global Babies Board book – July 1, 2007
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he looks at all the pictures, and everytime we read it he stares so hard at the baby from mali you'd think he knew him from somewhere.
there aren't a lot of words, so times when i want to talk more i'll talk about what the baby is wearing or what i know about the country the baby is from.
i would happily buy this as a gift for someone, especially one of the bilingual editions.
The text itself is one sentence that spans across the book, demonstrating what all babies have in common, regardless of where they're from.
Young children will be captivated by the photographs of all the babies in the book, and older preschoolers may be inspired to learn more about the different countries represented in the book. I can think of a number of expansion activities to teach children more about geography, different, cultures, and more.
In a simple, approachable format Global Babies helps children develop an appreciation for diversity and teaches us that despite all of our differences, we are all the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is so very lovely and what is so wonderful is that babies all over the world LOVE ALL BABIES So what happens? Ask yourself that question and be honest when you answer.Published 1 month ago by Jeff Jones
My little one enjoys looking at all the babies in this book. This book has only a single picture of one baby on each page, there are 16 photos. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M.Mae.
This is a good way to introduce cultural and linguistic diversity to young children. While the babies are all very cute, the pictures are a little grainy and look outdated. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SM
(This is an abridged version of a review I published elsewhere.)
How does a children's or baby's book come to be considered a "classic"? Read more
What's not to like about adorable babies from different parts of the world?Published 4 months ago by Bryn meehan
Not such a fun interactive book as I had hoped. The writing isn't all that interesting, but my son sure loves the pictures of different babies.Published 5 months ago by Vy Tran