Ella isn't your average girl. She dresses all in black, dyes her hair purple and will only answer to the name Midnight... When she has to babysit her princess loving sister, she's less than thrilled, especially when she has to read her a bedtime fairy tale story! All of a sudden, the two find themselves transported into a magical realm!
Your little arms and legs move just like you are a baby monkey climbing into the leafy branches of a tree. But you are not a monkey.
Your nose twitches and your mouth moves as though you are a bunny sniffing the garden air. But you are not a bunny.
Moving from animal to animal, leading to a wonderful surprise at the end, this charming story engages young readers with both the text and the adorable art.
A wonderful gift for both young children and their parents, especially every new parent who can't stop marveling at their baby.
From the winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, comes a classic baby bedtime book with a perfect lullaby ending.Baby, baby soft and sweet, almost good enough to eat! It's night-night time so come with me, and hear my bedtime recipe. An utterly charming tale. No bedtime collection should be without it."With its tender, gently soporific rhyming text and pictures so beautifully in tune, I can imagine this becoming a bedtime favourite with many a toddler." - Red Reading Hub
BABYLOVING is a comfortable and reassuring read to new parents. Hiag Akmakjian, as a Book of the Month Club author and an authority on babies and childhood development, explains in his new book how emotions grow in the first 36 months of life. Writing in a cheerful and conversational tone, he discusses, among many topics, how a baby learns to tolerate frustration. The importance of love and hugging in the baby's development. Where healthy self-esteem comes from. How compassion develops to help a baby become a more "human" and loving being.
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