Book by John Hutton
(Baby Unplugged)

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Winner of the 2013 Certificate of Recognition for Literary and Artistic Achievement.

 

Dedicated to simple yet developmentally stimulating icons and experiences of childhood, this series encourages children to have fun discovering the world through the real world rather than through screen-based media.

 

This celebration of books lists the joys of turning pages to discover letters, words, friends, places, and imagination. Whether it's adventure time, story time, or bedtime, this book is sure to inspire togetherness as well as the next generation of readers and wordsmiths.

 

About John Hutton

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Dr. John Hutton is a pediatrician, author, and owner of the award-winning blue manatee children’s bookstore and decafé in Cincinnati, Ohio, and affiliate site blue manatee boxes. He is the founder of the blog Baby Unplugged, whose mission is to help keep children screen-free until age three and promote healthy, developmentally stimulating alternatives. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. Andrea Kang is a toy designer and the illustrator of all the books in the Baby Unplugged series. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
 
Published June 1, 2012 by blue manatee press. 14 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife.

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Hutton's charming little board book, the newest in a series, encourages young children to explore the pleasures of real books with real pages.

Aug 20 2012 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

The New York Times

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Greene teased out the knotted skein of attitudes that tangled his psyche in his published works, whose overall theme can be usefully (if reductively) condensed to the sentence that appears in his play “Carving a Statue,” in which a sculptor describes the subject that shapes his work: “My indiffer...

Dec 30 2011 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

The New York Times

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“So I wrote a dumb little song about smack freaks, unemployment and holocausts,” she remembers in her memoir, “Rat Girl.” “It was only a minute long ’cause I got bored, but it was funny.” The song, “Hate My Way,” rants about the aforementioned topics as well as God (it’s all his fault), her fath...

Oct 08 2010 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

BC Books

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When Negron attempts to ‎rejoin them on stage for one song, in 1992, Wells turns him away, allegedly ‎saying, “We’ve been giving them hamburger for so long that if I bring a piece of ‎steak on stage, I’ll never be able to give them hamburger again.” Other celebrities pass through the book’s page...

Apr 29 2008 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

NPR

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Tobias Buckell has written a thriller called Arctic Rising.

Mar 02 2012 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

The Independent

Whereas Barnett concentrated his fire on the bureaucratisation of Britain that followed the war, Hutton trains his guns on the twin targets of the City and the marketisation of everyday life.

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The Bookbag

Picking up The Observer one Sunday morning I read excerpts from Greg Dyke's "Inside Story" and was easily tempted to buy the book, just so that I could read the BBC's version of events.

Oct 13 2012 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

Persephone Magazine

This is her first book, published in 2011, and I look forward to the ping of recognition when I see her name again.

Sep 19 2012 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

ForeWord Reviews

The book begins: “Touch pets, feel pets/The best are real pets.” “Real pets happy—so fun, too / Growing up together with you.” In between, the book describes in friendly, basic terms different kinds of pets, what pets need, and what they provide.

May 23 2011 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

London School of Economics

In Them and Us: Changing Britain – Why We Need a Fairer Society it’s back to business, and back to what Hutton does best: Britain is in ruin and only one man can save it.

Feb 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Book (Baby Unplugged)

Finance & Development

On the side, Greenspan wrote articles on economic issues, which added to the attention he was getting from political circles.

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