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Baby, Mix Me a Drink (Baby Be of Use)

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Many people are parents, and many parents are thirsty. Yet too many parents allow their infant sons and daughters to lie about idly: napping, drinking milk, and whatnot. Why not put them to work? Observe how tots enjoy the shapes and colors, all the while learning how to mix a variety of basic cocktails. Thanks, Baby!
Hardcover, 12 pages
Published November 3rd 2005 by McSweeney's, Irregulars
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Susan
Jan 30, 2008 Susan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: parents, babies, friends with senses of humor
Recommended to Susan by: Jamie B.
My friend Jamie gave me this book as a baby gift. It is brilliant in its conception and execution. Observe the details in the illustrations, i.e., the agave plant on the tequila bottle, and the wrapping on the bottle of, what else?, Lea & Perrins worcestershire (sp?) sauce for the bloody mary. Pretty sweet. It is, in fact, our baby's first book. :)
HeavyReader
This is one hilarious book!

It's a board book, so it really looks like something one would give to a baby. But it's all about having the baby mix a drink for mommy and daddy and grandma and grandpa and nanny. HA!

I sent it to my pregnant friend who can't wait to have the first post-partum drink. Now my friend can get Junior to make those cocktails.
Shannon
May 21, 2007 Shannon rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: parents, babies, childless friends of parents with babies
One of the best, most useful kids books to come out in years. The book description is almost funnier than the actual book: "Many people are parents, and many parents are thirsty. Yet too many parents allow their infant sons and daughters to lie about idly: napping, drinking milk, and whatnot. Why not put them to work? Observe how tots enjoy the shapes and colors, all the while learning how to mix a variety of basic cocktails. Thanks, Baby!"
Kelli Oliver George
Admittedly, this entire series is really a gift for the parents, but oh my - what a fun little book to own. I do recommend this as a cute gift for the parents - get the whole series (Baby Fix My Car, Baby Make My Breakfast, Baby Fix My Car). I received this as a gift set and it was most certainly one of my favorite gifts.
Adam
If you have read the summary, like the concept, and think that there may be some substance to this book that would make it worth buying and reading - think again.

This book was a one-joke pony that never should have moved beyond the "funny concept" stage. It was 9 dollars, 12 pages, and 1 mildly-amusing joke.
Becky
Dec 30, 2010 Becky marked it as to-read
Now here's a board book series (Baby Be of Use) that will make for some great baby shower gifting for the humor-inclined friend...
Krista Chambers
Highly informative advice on how to get my not as-yet born babies to pull their weight around the house. A++
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"Baby Be of Use" is the best series for young children
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great idea for a series.
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LISA BROWN is the bestselling illustrator and/or author of a growing number of books, including How to Be, The Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming, and Baby Mix Me a Drink. She draws the Three Panel Book Review cartoon for the book section of the San Francisco Chronicle. Lisa lives in San Francisco with her son and her husband, who is rumored to be Lemony Snicket.
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