Snuggle the Baby by Sara Gillingham
  

Synopsis

Snuggle the Baby by Sara Gillingham

Snuggle the Baby is an interactive novelty board book that plays like a doll and reads as a gentle how to care for baby manual for kids. From swaddling to shushing, Gillingham has incorporated real tactics for newborn-care, giving the text an authenticity and purpose. Interactivities include tickling, feeding, changing swaddling, rocking and tucking in the baby, all accompanied by tender, instructive narration. Perfect for soon-to-be older siblings or doll-crazy toddlers, this book encourages children to read while they play and practice empathy and care.

About the Author

Sara Gillingham is an award-winning art director and designer. She was the Children's Design Director at Chronicle and taught at U.C. Berkeley and CA College of Arts. She created the In My Nest series for Chronicle and illustrates the Empowerment Series for Abrams Appleseed.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
12 pages

Author

Sara Gillingham
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Publisher

Abrams Appleseed an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

1st April 2014

ISBN

9781419711244


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