Whoa, Baby, Whoa!

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Bloomsbury USA, Feb 28, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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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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Have you raised a toddler or had the pleasure to watch a baby grow from crawling to toddler? If so, you remember how quickly they can get into trouble. Whoa, Baby, Whoa! depicts a super speeding crawling 1-2 year old who wants to get into everything his legs will allow him. In the book, the curious unnamed baby is bi-racial – his mother is African-American, and his father is white - but that tidbit is never mentioned throughout the story. The author treats this fact as normal, not unusual, focusing instead on the antics of the baby – something any parent, black or white can relate to.
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About the author (2012)

Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, where she worked as a teacher and journalist before moving to the UK in 1977. Grace was the first poet in residence at the Tate Gallery, and she has won a number of book awards.Eleanor Taylor is the creator of Beep, Beep, Let's Go, as well as the artist of No Trouble At All, written by Sally Grindley.

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