Baby's on the move! Exploring the kitchen, finding out what things taste like, making a splash in the bathtub, this crawling cutie is ready to try everything! "Whoa, baby, whoa!" say Baby's family. They aren't sure Baby is big enough to be so adventurous. But when Baby gets ready for the biggest challenge of all-those very first steps-there's a warm welcome waiting when the whole family finally cheers, "Go, baby, go!"
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Nichols’ blend of informal and precise rhymes—within a pattern of gerunds describing the baby’s actions, followed by declarative sentences voicing the reprimands—yields a lively patter that scans reasonably well (if not always perfectly): “Climbing / up Grandpa / like a / mountaineer / Grabbing /...Feb 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Whoa, Baby, Whoa!
The tables turn nicely at the end, when Baby reasons that one way to put an end to his âWhoaâ is to âtry something new with myselfâ and take those long-anticipated first stepsâprompting the onlookers to cheer âGo, Baby, Go!â Up to age 3.Dec 12 2011 | Read Full Review of Whoa, Baby, Whoa!