9781423116912

I See Me!

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  • ISBN13:

    9781423116912

  • ISBN10:

    1423116917

  • Format: Board Book
  • Copyright: 7/21/2009
  • Publisher: Disney Press

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Summary

Who is that in the mirror? It's you, silly! Babies just love looking at their reflections, and in "I See Baby",  your child will become a part of the story. Who's that splashing in the tub? it's baby! Can you wash your hair just like baby? Who is that hiding in the yard? it's baby! Can you play peek-a-boo with baby? Take your baby on a fun-filled tour of her day in this delightful padded board book with Mylar "mirrors" on each page. Baby Einstein Books is an imprint of developmentally appropriate, interactive books designed to introduce children ages 0-3 to classic poetry, art, and foreign languages in a fun and accessible way.  A combination of playful images, beautiful photography, and bold illustrations with multilayered text will captivate and stimulate babies and young children.  This 'humanities for babies' program, based on the award-winning video series, taps into the natural learning potential of young children'and their parents' aspirations for them.

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