Aladdin Books/Macmillan Publishing Company, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 10 pages
Looking over these books is akin to being in the middle of a room full of toddlers. An oversized format and the large scale will invite and divert. The text isn't particularly memorable; instead, these are a showcase for the always winsome, this time multiracial Oxenbury babes, who spill on each other, sing together, play with adults, bounce on beds, clap hands, and play with fingers or toes. Lively and oh, so user-friendly.
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BABY LOVE: All Fall Down; Clap Hands; Say Goodnight; Tickle, TickleUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
These delightful, action-filled "Big Board Books" show toddlers—black, white and Oriental—interacting with each other and care-givers of both sexes. A single line of rhyming text is just right for ... Read full review