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A cuddly baby says...
Karen Katz's distinctive illustrations bring baby's words to life! Lift the flaps in this sturdy board book to see what a hungry baby, a happy baby, and more say!
|What Does a Baby Say?||
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Reviewed by 4 customers
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It Generates Excitement
By Betsy-mother of 1, teacher for 12 years.
from Chicago, IL
Our 9-month old has enjoyed this book since she was 6 months old. She loves to lift the flaps and she squeals with delight at certain pages. We have purchased almost all the Karen Katz books. They are simplistic, engaging and often have cultural diverse characters which is important in a diverse society. This book and others are wonderfully sweet and I recommend them entirely.
By Mother of one wild child!
My son is now 18mo. old and loves all of the Karen Katz books we have(7/8). We read this one so much that he now will say the answer when I ask the question of what does the baby say. These are great books.
Classic Katz, but poor wording
By Katz Fan
from Santa Clarita, CA
We have almost all the Karen Katz books for our 19-month-old boy, who first started loving her interactive, lift-the-flap books as an infant. Although "What Does Baby Say" has the wonderful illustrations we have come to love in the Katz books, the answers to the "what does xxx say" are very, very remedial. As a parent, I don't want to encourage "goo-goo" and "ba-ba" as valid words. It's fine if children say those phrases - it's great actually - but they should be taught correct word forms and not "baby speak". This book rarely gets used from our collection, but it's still a must-have if you adore the Karen Katz line. I plan to modify the words under the flaps to more appropriate words and phrases.