Here is the perfect book to read and play with baby. In sixteen paintings, prints, and pastels by American Impressionist Mary Cassatt, baby feeds ducks, claps hands, drinks milk, stands up, and kisses mommy goodnight, alonside an irresistible rhyme that baby will love hearing and acting out over and over again.
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Because hearing is the first sense to develop—after about six months in the womb—a mother’s voice becomes supremely comforting to her child, so Cobb encourages even the tuneless among us to persevere because “[y]our voice is the voice your baby loves best.” For readers interested in teaching this...Feb 16 2012 | Read Full Review of Baby Loves
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