Read Littles: And How They Grow Online Free - In the beloved tradition of Robert Munsch s Love You Forever and Emily Winfield Martin s The Wonderful Things You Will Be comes a beautiful rhyming ode to babies from a New York Times bestselling author/illustrator duo perfect for baby showers, newborn gifts, first birthdays, christenings, and anytime babies are celebrated.
In this unforgettable, squeal-filled, tear-inducing love song to babies and how quickly they grow up, author Kelly DiPucchio s heart-tugging rhyme meets the gorgeous, dimple-cheeked, multicultural babies ofillustrator AG Ford. With adorable scenes from the busy life of a baby peekaboo, feedings, tantrums, giggles and a final scene that reminds us how they become big kids all too soon, this is the ideal gift for any new parent and their child."
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June 12, 2017
More for caregivers or new parents than for young readers--although they might like looking back at how much they've grown, this picture book celebrates little ones. In rhyming text, the author describes how much love is showered on newborns and little boys and girls as they learn how to crawl an...
July 10, 2017
A book that celebrates babies. The illustrations feature mixed and diverse families. The text is simple and straight-forward. This would make an excellent baby shower book.
August 14, 2017
Explores the life of "littles".
September 11, 2017
This book will make you cry at all the sweet ways parents take care of their babies and how fast they grow. Would make a great baby shower gift.
June 15, 2017
I will be reading this at baby storytime.
September 18, 2017
Adorable babies in all kinds of families are cherished and read to.
July 03, 2017
This picture book celebrates the first year of a little one’s life. Told in rhyme, the book doesn’t start with the birth but instead has babies wriggling on their tummies, swaddled and warm, and being cuddled close. Baths, food and tantrums appear on the page, filled with bubbles, messes and tear...
June 01, 2017
When my youngest was a toddler, her favorite books (after Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?) were those featuring babies and jaunty rhymes. This is another loving tribute to babies, illustrated with a diverse cast that makes me smile. Add this to your cuddly read aloud sessions, or to your...
September 20, 2017
I love this children's book. Me and my mom saw it at Barnes and Noble and read it together and I instantly started tearing up. I've been with my baby cousin a large part of his life and this book perfectly explains how fast they grow up. If you have a little one in your life that just has been gr...
June 16, 2017
This isn't a mind blowing book, but it's SO super cute! Diverse babies, diverse families, diverse facial expressions, diverse emotional reactions... this book manages to cover just about everything very succinctly. Great for babies who want to see other babies and baby faces, great for new parent...