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What is a Baby?

What is a Baby?
What is a Baby?
Reads: 
145
Pages: 
30
Average: 4.3 (3 votes)
4.333335

When a fluffy brown bear realizes he is going in a gift box to a baby, he asks the question: What is a Baby? Throughout his time spent inside the box he imagines all the things he has seen since he left the store and wonders: Was that a baby? He remembers seeing a dog, a tree, and a car and wonders if they are a baby. When he finally comes to rest beside a warm cuddly baby, he wants to stay there forever. This is a perfect story to read to a baby or young child.... and grandmothers like it too.

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Pages: 30
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
Categories: Daddy & Me, Educational, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: baby, newborn
Date Added: February 4, 2011
When a fluffy brown bear realizes he is going in a gift box to a baby he asks the question What is a Baby Throughout his time spent inside the box he imagines all the things he has seen since he left the store and wonders Was that a baby He remembers seeing a dog a tree and a car and wonders if they are a baby When he finally comes to rest beside a warm cuddly baby he wants to stay there forever This is a perfect story to read to a baby or young child and grandmothers like it too US Mirror Publishing Milwaukee WI wwwpagesofwondercom What is a Baby Written and illustrated by Carolyn Kuykendall ISBN  Carolyn Kuykendall All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or stored transmitted or recorded by any means without the written permission of the author Published by Mirror Publishing Milwaukee WI Printed in the USA To all of Grangrans babies Lane Anna Harrison Cara Lucy Jacob and Gabrielle I used to live in a nice store with other stuffed animals We saw lots of people and things that passed by every day One day a hand reached for me and put me in a sack I rode away in a car with the hand I saw a tree and a dog along the way