Chunky Baby: Colours - Dawn Sirett Reviews
Description:ISBN 1405345241 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Dawn Sirett / Hardcover / 16 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-01 by Dorling Kindersley
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by - written on 26/01/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Over Christmas we had some friends round and they very kindly brought both us and our five month old daughter a gift. For my little girl, they gave her this book 'Baby Colours' published by Dorling Kindersley, and it has now become one of her favourites at bedtime. I say favourite, not because she can tell me, but due to the fact that when I read it to her, her attention is completely focused on the pages of this book. It isn't always easy to get books that are able to keep the attention of young babies - they need to be short in length so they don't tire, but with plenty of colour and textures for them to interact with and enjoy. This book has liftable ... Read the complete review
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