WHOA, BABY, WHOA!Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
An irrepressible, biracial baby crawls toward trouble at every turn, only to hear the titular refrain from safety-conscious family members.Translucent watercolors and loose lines capture the postures and behaviors of this busy child in a most convincing manner. The cycle of mild tension and relief repeats itself as he dumps and explores the contents of mother's purse, ascends the bookcase or ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tzarate - LibraryThing
The story is about a baby who is going around the house exploring and making a mess, which has the family often saying "whoa, baby, whoa!" It's a great story to read and the illustrations are great as well. Read full review
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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.
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Sullywriter - LibraryThing
Fun story with a satisfying end. Read full review