From the Day You Were Born A First Book to Share with Baby by Sophie Piper
  

Synopsis

From the Day You Were Born A First Book to Share with Baby by Sophie Piper

This picture book expresses all the hopes, dreams and wishes that a grown-up feels for a newborn child. Presented in an easy-to-share board book format, it is written so as to be read aloud to a child from newborn to around the age of two, and can be given as a constant reminder to the child that, from the very beginning, they have been loved and cherished. Kristina Stephenson's adorable illustrations are a perfect match, to be enjoyed by baby and grown-up alike.

Reviews

This is an unashamedly sentimental book and as such is a book for baby to treasure throughout life - It is a celebration of all the potential that a baby's life holds and of how much babies enrich the lives of the adults around them. It finishes with the heart-warming affirmation that baby will always be loved. Lots to talk about and share in the gentle illustrations by Kristina Stephenson. A charming first book.A parentsintouch.co.uk

About the Author

Sophie Piper has an excellent reputation as a compiler of children's prayers books, which include Prayers for the Very Young, Goodnight Prayers, and Prayers for a Better World.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
24 pages

Author

Sophie Piper
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Publisher

Lion Children's Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

15th April 2011

ISBN

9780745962375


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