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The Big Book of Beautiful Babies

4.13  ·  Rating Details  ·  45 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
From bold to bashful, bewildered to beautiful, this book bursts with babies! Sharp, silvery-toned black-and-white photography captures a multitude of first expressions that will entrance both young and old alike. Sturdy pages and a reinforced hardcover binding give this book the additional advantage of durability, reading after reading.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by Dutton Juvenile (first published 1995)
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Mary
This is a great board book for babies because it only contains pictures of babies. Those reading this book can see the varying emotions that babies have, and can begin to recognize those expressions in people they encounter in life. The fact that it contains opposites is also helpful for baby's development.
Eloise "Louie"
Jan 20, 2015 Eloise "Louie" rated it really liked it
I really liked looking at the babies in this one. I made a sad face when I saw the crying baby, and I loved the baby with the hat! (Even though the hate baby also seemed to be crying...)
Beth
May 09, 2016 Beth rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My daughter loves this book! She sorts through the stack saying "baby! baby!" until she finds it and hands it to me to read it again.
Elizabeth
Jun 08, 2015 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: jack
My little Rabbit really liked looking at the babies in this book.
Melissa
A really great book for any baby's library :-)
Alanna
We have the French edition of this book (Beaucoup de beaux bebes) and my kids just love it, especially the last page where they get to look at themselves! I know about babies seeing things in contrast but I can't help but wish the photos were in colour...
Parthena
Apr 22, 2011 Parthena rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Children
Shelves: a-mama-s-review, 2011
Originality: 4
Illustrations: 5
Story: 4
BooBoo: 3

For children, you can't go wrong with a book that has images of children. Children love all faces: human animal or plant (flowers).
Molly
Apr 18, 2016 Molly rated it really liked it
A beautiful board book featuring photographs of different babies doing different things.
Jennifer
It is a very soothing book. It also is great with teaching children their emotions.
Hero
May 30, 2012 Hero rated it really liked it
had to change some of the words, some of the words were offensive
Serena
Beautiful portraits of babies. What more do you need?
Melainebooks
Oct 23, 2011 Melainebooks rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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Les enfants adorent regarder d'autres bébés.
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David Ellwand began his career in photography at the age of eighteen and uses a variety of formats and techniques in his books: black-and-white photographs, collage with hand-tinting, and full-color photography of handmade objects. He is also a mouse trainer, sculptor, and highly skilled self-taught computer artist. He lives with his wife and daughter in a village in West Sussex, England.
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