Tiny Town

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Chronicle Books #ad - Shaped like buildings and featuring neon accents throughout, these cute books have great value and will prove irresistible to children eager to create their own tiny world. Toddlers will delight in guessing what comes next while learning essential prediction skills. Embark on a tiny tour! these adorable shaped board books take young readers on a tour through a teeny world with every turn of the page.

Tiny Town #ad - Die-cuts on each page lead to the next adventure, finally ending in the comforts of home.

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Tiny Farm

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Chronicle Books #ad - Tiny Farm #ad - Die-cuts on each page lead to the next adventure, finally ending in the comforts of home. Shaped like buildings and featuring neon accents throughout, these cute books have great value and will prove irresistible to children eager to create their own tiny world. Toddlers will delight in guessing what comes next while learning essential prediction skills.

. Embark on a tiny tour! these adorable shaped board books take young readers on a tour through a teeny world with every turn of the page.

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Masha and Her Sisters

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Chronicle Books #ad - Masha and Her Sisters #ad - Featuring shaped pages with brightly painted edges, these nestled dolls reinforce a sweet message: they may be different, and culminating in a satisfying finale, but they're a perfect fit! Chronicle. Meet masha and her sisters in this charming die-cut novelty board book inspired by Russian nesting dolls.

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The Quiet Noisy Book Board Book

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HarperFestival #ad - What could it be?originally published in 1950, muffin, the classic story of the little dog, accompanied by big and bright illustrations is sure to show readers that sometimes the quietest of sounds are the most important of all. Chronicle. A very quiet noise. From margaret wise brown—author of the childhood favorite goodnight Moon—and Caldecott-winning illustrator Leonard Weisgard comes The Quiet Noisy Book, the little dog, now back in print in a sturdy board book!Muffin, has been asleep all night.

Quietly something wakes him up. Harperfestival.

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My First Book of Patterns

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Phaidon Press #ad - Harperfestival. The ten most prevalent patterns are presented first as a single element This is a circle. Then as a pattern. Conceived by educators and illustrated in vivid candy-colored hues, this pitch-perfect introduction to patterns will engage the artistic, mathematical, and linguistic parts of every young child's mind.

My First Book of Patterns #ad - Have you learned your colors and shapes? now it's time to learn patterns!Stripes, chevron, polka dots, plaid, and more are featured in this first-ever patterns concept book that provides readers with the vocabulary to name what they see in the world around them. A lot of circles make polka dots! Chronicle.

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Snuggle the Baby

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Harry N. Abrams #ad - Harperfestival. Interactivities include tickling, diapering, rocking, swaddling, feeding, and tucking in the baby, all accompanied by tender, instructive narration. Perfect for soon-to-be older siblings or doll-crazy toddlers, this book encourages children to read while they play, and practice empathy and care.

Praise for snuggle the baby"this interactive offering invites little ones to practice taking care of babies, playing with them, feeding them and putting them to bed. From swaddling to shushing, Gillingham has incorporated real tactics for newborn care, giving the text an authenticity and purpose. An intriguing concept.

Snuggle the Baby #ad - Kirkus Reviews Chronicle. Abrams. Note:baby cut-out from the next to last page should be taken out and placed in that last spot, then it should be tucked in with the blanket. Missing the baby in the last page is not a defect. This interactive novelty board book plays like a doll and reads as a gentle “How to Care for Baby” manual for young kids.

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Trucks to the Rescue!

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Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) #ad - Kids will love repeating the refrain "to the rescue!" with each different truck―fire truck, tow truck, vacuum truck, and more. Chronicle. Abrams. Harperfestival. In this bright and action-packed board book, favorite trucks are here to save the day!Whether it's a flat tire or a kitten stuck in a tree, trucks come to the rescue in this board book.

. William low's characteristically beautiful art brings these big machines to life.

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Mrs. Peanuckle's Vegetable Alphabet Mrs. Peanuckle's Alphabet

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Rodale Kids #ad - Abrams. Harperfestival. Chronicle. Peanuckle’s vegetable Alphabet introduces babies and toddlers to a colorful variety of vegetables, from asparagus to zucchini. Learning the aBCs has never been so delicious! Mrs. Mrs. Peanuckle’s vegetable alphabet is the first in a series of board books celebrating the joy of nature at home and in the backyard, from fresh fruits and vegetables to birds, flowers, bugs, and trees.

Perfect to read aloud, this vegetable buffet will delight children and parents alike with its yummy vegetable facts and vibrant illustrations.

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Before & After

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Phaidon Press #ad - Harperfestival. Striking the perfect balance of predictability and unexpectedness, this book will leave readers in wonder as they flip back and forth. Abrams. Chronicle. From pale skin to sunburned skin, dirty to clean, long hair to short hair to long again, Jullien masterfully builds anticipation and a satisfying resolution with each pairing.

Before & After #ad - . An enticing collection of before-and-after scenarios, created by master artist and acclaimed author of This Is Not A BookGraphic artist Jean Jullien insightfully and comically depicts a set of clever and surprising before-and-after two-frame narratives, each progressed by a page turn.

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Pick a Pine Tree

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Candlewick #ad - Chronicle. Harperfestival. With style and warmth, debut author patricia toht and jarvis, the author-illustrator of Alan’s Big, at long last, Scary Teeth, stringing tinsel, and, evoke all the rituals of decorating the tree — digging out boxes jam-packed with ornaments and tree trimmings, turning on those twinkling lights.

Pick a Pine Tree #ad - . Joyously drawn and rhythmically written, friends, this celebration of family, and the holiday season is as merry as the tradition it depicts. A festive read-aloud brimming with all the joy and excitement of christmastime — beginning, with picking out a tree!Part of the magic of the Christmas season stems from the traditions that families and friends take part in every year: hanging up stockings; putting lights in the windows; and, of course, one of the most important of all, picking out and taking home the Christmas tree.

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What Does Baby Want?

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Phaidon Press #ad - What Does Baby Want? #ad - This baby wants only one thing: milk!When baby is hungry, neither his teddy bear, his ball, nor even his shiny tambourine will soothe him. This baby is not comforted by a teddy bear or toy. Abrams. This tribute to the nursing baby - and even more so, to the breastfeeding mother - will read as conventional to babies and toddlers but as taboo-busting to parents.

Harperfestival. Perfect for nursing babies, older siblings, and expectant parents. Celebrate the natural magic of growing a baby with this simply worded, expertly illustrated, and shockingly honest shaped board book. A sure-to-be favorite baby shower gift! Chronicle.

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