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Baby faces : feelings.

"A perfect first book of emotions, illustrated with real photos!"--Back cover.

Tummy time friends —Brisson, Pat, author.

When babies lift their heads and upper bodies while lying on their tummies, they are developing crucial muscles. Unfolded on the floor during tummy time, this freestanding book will inspire infants to lift their heads to...

Baby faces : bedtime.

"A perfect first bedtime book, illustrated with real photos!"--Back cover.

Smile, baby! —Slater, Nicola, artist.

Aided by mirrors and colourful illustrations of animals, invites the reader to find different parts of baby's face.

Baby faces —Miller, Margaret, 1945-

Presents photographs of babies with facial expressions that show a range of different emotions. On board pages.

Panda panda. Faces —Scott, Vicki, author.

Meet Dot and Beau--twin panda toddlers who love to learn, play, and explore the world! This adorable, interactive board book helps kiddos identify all the different parts of a face told in lively, bold illustrations and ...

My face book.

Colour photographs on board pages show babies with different expressions on their faces, including silly, serious, laughing, crying, frowning, smiling, worried, happy, awake, and sleepy. Simply labeled in Simplified Chin...

Sara's face —Burgess, Melvin.

Seventeen-year-old Sara wants so much to be famous that when a legendary, plastic-surgery-addicted rock star offers to take her under his wing and pay for her to have surgery too, she jumps at the chance despite her misg...

Baby faces —Sirett, Dawn.

Introduces infants to a variety of facial expressions.

Funny faces —Gaydos, Nora.

This series focuses on a familiar early-learning concept and uses patterned, repetitive text that parents read aloud and together with their children. These emergent readers are just right for children who want to read, ...

The boy whose face froze like that —Plourde, Lynn, author.

Wendell is a good kid--he wouldn't make faces if his parents told him not to, even if all his friends were making faces. But what harm would it do to make a funny face in the mirror if no one could see him? A lot of harm...

Here a face, there a face —Alda, Arlene, 1933-

Readers are invited to find the hidden faces in photographs of everyday items found both inside and outside of the home.

My face book.

"Babies love looking at other babies, and these charming baby faces... smiling, frowning, laughing, being silly or serious are sure to captivate and delight toddlers and babies. They will ask to read the book again and a...

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