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Where Is Baby's Belly Button? A Lift-the-Flap Book Board book – September 1, 2000
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About the Author
Karen Katz has written and illustrated more than fifty picture books and novelty books including the bestselling Where Is Baby’s Belly Button? After graduating from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, she attended the Yale Graduate School of Art and Architecture where she became interested in folk art, Indian miniatures, Shaker art, and Mexican art. Her book, Counting Kisses, was named one of the 100 Greatest Books for Kids by Scholastic Parent & Child and was a Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club Main Selection. Karen, her husband Gary Richards, and their daughter Lena divide their time between New York City and Saugerties, New York. Learn more about Karen Katz at KarenKatz.com.
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The only reason I'm not giving this 5-stars is because of the flaps. The flaps are made out of thin card stock type paper. If my daughter got ahold of this on her own, she would destroy the book in an instant. Because of this, I keep it separated from her library and pull it out only when we read it together.
The problem with the Easter/Valentine's day ones for me was that the words behind all the flaps almost always started with "No." So, you were reading and encouraging your child to lift the flap and then saying "No!" after they lifted the flap. That could just be me, but it seemed counterintuitive.
This book does not have that -- it has body parts for your child to learn and name. So, it's much more encouraging/sensible to me.
The only thing I don't love is that the flaps are huge, which oddly makes them less visible and less easy for little fingers to open.