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Baby, Baby! Board Book Review & #Giveaway



What an absolute sweet book.  
Great illustration and lovely poem.

You baby will love this book!

A sweet, colorful board book that appeals to a baby's interest in looking at other babies
Babies enjoy books, looking at other babies, and their own flowering abilities. This short rhyming poem combines all three in a sweet and happy way, while introducing babies to God's love for them. The simple words are paired with colorful images of babies engaging in familiar activities, allowing the book to be used as an introductory concept book as well. And it ends with a reminder that Baby is always loved by God.

And the best...you get to win one!
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Of course, if you just can't wait to win it, you can buy over here: Buy Me!

If you want to try to win, then use this handy dandy giveaway to try!!!





Comments

Natalie Schilla said…
Ny favorite was Where the Wild things are
Marthalynn said…
I loved The Little House book as a child! I can still remember the cover and how I felt reading it.
Nancy said…
One of my favorite childhood books was Charlotte's Web.

Nancy
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Darlene said…
My favorite book as a child was Old Yellar.
Yakamo3x3 said…
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Julie Waldron said…
My favorite childhood book was Ramona The Pest.
Debbie Jensen said…
Little house on the Prairie was my favorite
Becky VanGinkel said…
Thank you so much for the chance!! My Instagram name is @babydjs_mom
Becky VanGinkel said…
My favorite childrens book growing up was The Very Hungry Caterpillar. When I got a bit older, my favorite book was Where The Red Fern Grows :)

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Pam said…
I follow you on Instagram - psfpsf
Pam said…
I loved all the Dr. Seuss books and Goodnight Moon!
Holly Lawson said…
Instagram - hollydlteacher
Holly Lawson said…
I always loved Old Hat, New Hat. It was my first book I learned to read and now I read it to my kids!
Janet Boyanton said…
The Little Train that Could.
My instagram is @traciemichelle05
My favorite is Are You My Mother? by Dr Suess and my email is traciemichelle0515@gmail.com
Laurie Nykaza said…
https://www.instagram.com/laurienykaza/
Laurie Nykaza said…
Charlotte's Web book and movie are my kids favorite
Angela Saver said…
My Instagram handle is Angela.saver
Angela Saver said…
Charlotte's Webb is my favorite childhood book! Thanks for the chance!

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