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This book has nothing to offer beyond the joke on the front cover. It contains a few pages of blindly-copied HTML with bits of it haphazardly replaced with words of little or no interest to babies (like "teeth" and "running"). It lacks narrative structure, the HTML doesn't validate, and it's printed with BPA-based inks which are toxic to babies.
I mean, this is obviously more of a 'novelty' gift than anything else, but I did expect it to be formatted similarly to 'labeling books' (another form of picture book for the very young that shows an illustration of an animal/place/thing and its name . . . no other prose included). Rather, it was just pages of html code with no explanation of which element corresponded to what.