Baby Days

Baby Days : A Going to Bed Book for Babies and Toddlers

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Sharing Baby Days is a perfect way to bond with your child and foster a lifelong love of books and reading - Robyn Tidball, Librarian

A beautiful rhyming book with striking illustrations that can be shared repeatedly with your little one, especially at bedtime.

Baby playing peek-a-boo,

Mama, Dadda, I see you!

Baby singing nursery rhymes

into Nana's lap she climbs

Baby days share similarities around the world, all culminating (we hope!) in a peacefully sleeping child come night time. This beautifully simple rhyming book follows the movements of a number of different babies as they head towards bedtime - playing, eating, bathing, reading, singing and eventually sleeping. The simple text is easy to follow and learn and is accompanied by strikingly bright illustrations which give children plenty to look at as they listen to the words. There are many cultural identities represented in the illustrations to celebrate our wide world and embrace similarities as well as difference.

A perfect book to share with a child at any time of the day, but especially just before bed. Suitable from birth to 4 years.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 24 pages
  • 216 x 216 x 6mm | 295g
  • Australia
  • English
  • 0648348601
  • 9780648348603

About Nicola Philp

Nicola Philp is writer and teacher who lives in a tiny seaside town in southern Australia. She writes a regular column for The Age newspaper, teaches from K-12, keeps bees and raises her children on a diet of books, fresh air and art. She believes passionately in the importance of reading with children from birth and enjoys shared story time with her own children and the students she teaches, who often request certain accents (even if Dumbledore does sound suspiciously like Gandalf - there are only so many old man voices she can pull off!). If she's not dressed in a white beekeeping suit, she may instead be wearing a wetsuit and heading into the ocean for a quick paddle and swim, even when it's 10 degrees Celsius - glorious! Visit www.nicolaphilp.com for more information and news. Annabelle Hale is an illustrator from Melbourne, Australia, who's been burying her nose in books from a young age. She also loves swing dancing, tea, and hoarding art supplies. https: //annabelle-hale.format.com/gallery
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