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New baby at our house by Carole F. Stice

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Published by Contemporary Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fiction,
  • Infants,
  • Readers for new literates

Book details:

Edition Notes

Contemporary"s reading for adults

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11314602M
ISBN 100809223171
ISBN 109780809223176
OCLC/WorldCa45411505

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  And on most days we read or look at some sort of book. I even keep a book in his crib. Some of our favorites are How Does a Dinosaur Say Goodnight (and any other in the series), Baby Loves to Rock (cute book with fun animal illustrations), and while I didn’t want to like it, my little guy LOVES the Llama Llama books.5/5(7).   This is also the only book we purchased that shows the baby nursing! I love the open ended nature of the book because it encourages my daughter to ask questions and make observations. We had some great conversations about it means to be a big sister! If you are expecting a new baby at your house I highly recommend this book!/5(K). The New Baby at Your House is a book that prepares a sibling for all of the ups and downs of having a new baby in the house. With vivid full-color photographs, this book takes a child from a mother's pregnancy, to the first visit to see the baby in the hospital, to the arrival of the baby at home, and all of the new experiences thereafter. An interactive book that will help an older brother or sister feel that they have an important role in welcoming the new baby into the family. With sections on All About Me; Getting to Know Baby; My Pets; and much more, older siblings will share their favorite Bible stories and songs, favorite foods, special toys, photos, drawings and other fun Format: Ebook.

  A new baby is like the beginning of all things – wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities. – By Eda J. Le Shan Babies are like little suns that, in a magical way, .   This book, by Joanna Cole, was our fave when we had baby #2. There is also one titled “I’m a Big Brother”, which is same story, but with boy illustrations. This one does a great job of showing the pride that can come with being a big sibling, and reinforces that the . A NEW BABY IN OUR HOUSE The followingpicture books are shelved by the first letter of the author’slast name. Andreae THERE’S A HOUSE INSIDE MY MOMMY Anholt SOPHIE AND THE NEW BABY Ballard I USED TO BE THE BABY Berenstain THE BERENSTAIN BEARSAND BABY MAKESFIVE Boelts YOU’RE A BROTHER, LITTLE BUNNY Bourgeois FRANKLIN’S BABY SISTER. The New Baby at your HouseJoanna Cole Photographic book of different families, talks about jealousy too, shows the things big siblings can do with babies. A Teeny Tiny BabyAmy Schwartz This book is so humorous and accurate about the world (New York city actually) from a baby's perspective!