Ha Ha Baby! by Kate Petty
  

Synopsis

Ha Ha Baby! by Kate Petty

Ha Ha Baby is a picture book about a grumpy little baby. Just how far will this family go to get their little one to laugh? With bright and colourful illustrations and a bouncy, jovial text, Ha Ha Baby will bring a smile to the face of all young readers. A fun family tale about clowning around.

Reviews

Delightfully entertaining and packed with wonderful expressions on baby's face, this is a book to prompt talking about feelings and moods. Carousel Young children under 5 loved this story with its large, clear and colourful pictures of a disconcerted baby wearing several stormy expressions, until the final picture where baby is hooting with glee. Some of the characters are dressed up as a fairy, pirate or cowboy which the children also appreciated. A very entertaining book. School Librarian

About the Author

As well as being a widely published author, Kate Petty has worked in publishing for many years. She is currently responsible for the children's books published by the Eden Project and divides her time between Altarnun, St Austell and Truro in Cornwall and her London home.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3 To 6

Author

Kate Petty
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Publisher

Publication date

4th September 2008

ISBN

9781905417162


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