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Kisses Kisses Baby-O! is a story for newborns told from the point of view of a parent or caregiver, but with high interaction with baby's world and tuned to events in baby's day. Beloved children's author, Sheree Fitch, delivers what she's famous for: fun, intelligent, participatory text that is a joy to read. Using rhythm and onomatopoeia, the bubbly text begins with baby ...more
Board Book, 10 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Nimbus Publishing (CN)
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The book has fun sounding words that would be wonderfully stimulating as a first book for an infant. Read the full review at the Reading Tub.
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In the Spring 2007 issue of Canadian Children’s Book News, I put out a call to publishers for “more board books please!” Now, one year later, I am delighted that publishers have responded with an amazing new crop of high quality Canadian board books for babies. Orca Book Publishers have produced a stunning new board book written by renowned First Nations storyteller Richard Van Camp. Welcome Song for Baby is a lullaby that
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The pictures in this book had little appeal to my daughter and I wasn't that crazy on the text. It was somewhat cute but we didn't really enjoy this one.
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From the Writer's Federation of Nova Scotia:

"Sheree Fitch is an educator, literacy activist and author of award winning poetry, picture books, nonfiction, plays and novels for all ages. Her first book, Toes in My Nose, illustrated by Molly Lamb Bobak, was launched in 1987. The books that followed have garnered numerous awards, including The Mr. Christie Award for There Were Monkeys in My Kitchen,