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Mrs. Mustard's Baby Faces

Mrs. Mustard's Babyfaces

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Min. Age 0-3 Yrs Old

There are no words on this simple accordion-style book, just pictures of babies' faces — happy on one side, sad on the other. Yet looking at other babies somehow keeps infants happy and engrossed, usually long enough for Mom or Dad to make dinner. A.W.

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Mrs. Mustard's Baby Faces

There are no words on this simple accordion-style book, just pictures of babies' faces — happy on one side, sad on the other. Yet looking at other babies somehow keeps infants happy and engrossed, usually long enough for Mom or Dad to make dinner.

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Details Writer: Jane Wattenberg; Genre: Kids and Family; Publisher: Chronicle Books

Publisher's statement: Nothing is more enticing to a baby than another baby. Now in a bigger size and with brand-new vibrantly colored backgrounds, Chronicle's groundbreaking board book is better than ever! The 12 pictures of darling baby faces help infants and toddlers explore a complicated range of emotions by showing both happy, smiling babies and cranky, crying babies. The book opens accordion style, so it can stand up in a crib or on the floor to amuse even the youngest infant. —from Amazon.com
Originally posted Feb 27, 2012