Grab a picnic basket and a checkered tablecloth and join these urban tykes for a jaunt in the country. A parade of pastoral delights awaits.• From the creative team behind the hit Urban Babies Wear Black. • A winsome sequel delivers the "weekend dream" to the urban dweller.
Board Book, 20 pages
May 1st 2006
by Tricycle Press
(first published April 2006)
We first read 'Urban Babies Wear Black' and joked that there should be a 'Country Babies Wear Plaid' and low and behold when we went to the book store we found that it had already been written so we had to purchase it for our own library. Very bright, cheery illustrations of cute little ones having fun in the country. We can't wait to read the remaining titles in this cute, fun Urban Babies series.
Utterly wonderful. Nathalie Dion's work is as amazing as ever, and this effort has much more accessible text than Urban Babies. Babies and kids will have a better chance recognizing the animals in these pages. And, the message, yet again, is that these are babies doing cool things with their parents.
I bought this book and the Urban Babies book for my professor who is pregnant. She studies differences between urban and rural settings in health. I fell in love with them myself. They are just cute board books.