Baby Hearts and Baby Flowers
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Baby Hearts and Baby Flowers

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Baby hearts and baby flowers. A perfect lullaby. Now you can give the baby you love a valentine every day of the year.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published December 1st 2001 by Greenwillow Books
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Sarah
A poem about baby-size objects...just right to read to a little one as s/he falls asleep. Baby flowers, baby clouds...we're lulled into slumber. Fuzzy watercolors create a muted and restful feel.
Amanda
Cute, from an adults perspective and a good bedtime book for the younger set, but a little too baby for my 5 y/o son. Maybe my daughter will appreciate it more when she's 3 or so...
kelly
What can I say? At this age everything is about "mommmies, daddies, and babies" so this book is just right.
Natalie
I think the title says it all.
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