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eBook Waiting for Baby (The New Baby) ePub

by Annie Kubler

  • ISBN: 0859539733
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Annie Kubler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Child's Play International (September 1, 2000)
  • ePub book: 1752 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1828 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 516

Description

My New Baby Board book. Waiting for Baby Board book

My New Baby Board book. Waiting for Baby Board book. I really like that Kubler includes moments like the mom nursing, the dad taking baby and the older child for a walk, the baby screaming while dad changes the diaper, the older child staying up later than the baby, etc. It's pretty cute that way, although I find a couple of the illustrations a bit too busy. I highly recommend that one to everybody. The illustrations are so cute and they, too, show the mommy breastfeeding.

Waiting for Baby book.

by. Kubler, Annie, 1960-. no page number in the book. Full-color illustrations show a child helping his parents get ready to welcome a new baby.

My New Baby by Annie Kubler. Waiting for Baby-Annie Kubler.

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The very best new baby books for big siblings! A list of great book titles for a new big brother or big sister to read before baby arrives! . What others are saying. My New Baby by Annie Kubler Lovely, wordless boardbook with two illustrations of a nursing baby.

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My New Baby by Annie Kubler Lovely, wordless boardbook with two illustrations of a nursing baby. The very best new baby books for big siblings! A list of great book titles for a new big brother or big sister to read before baby arrives! I Am A Big Brother.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Baby Board Bk. Still, even six lines of a song doesn't seem much with which to fill a book, yet Annie Kubler's illustrations turn this simple song into a great action book for babies and toddlers.

Still, even six lines of a song doesn't seem much with which to fill a book, yet Annie Kubler's illustrations turn this simple song into a great action book for babies and toddlers. My four month old daughter sits in with the older children for story time but this is the first real baby book I've read to her (shame.

Waiting for Baby is a story without words which follows the forthcoming birth of the new baby brother/sister, from the scan and buying new toys to decorating the playroom and visiting mum in hospital.

Comments

Castiel Castiel
I ordered 3-4 "new baby" type books when our daughter was 19 months old. All such books seem to be rated for older children and receive mixed reviews, so it was difficult to evaluate them sight unseen. Since every child is unique and it can be difficult to predict even your own child's reactions, I figured I would aim wide and just see what stuck for her. After having them all around for a while and evaluating, this book wins the popularity contest so far.

The other books all have more text and busier pictures than this one. Although I certainly greatly simplify the text in all of them as we read, there's no other that comes close to holding my daughter's attention as well as "My New Baby". Its text is very simple - no more than 2 short sentences per page. As I saw she liked this book, I began to substitute my daughter's name in for references to the older sibling, which seems to enhance her interest.

The book does not contain a story line. Instead, it is a collection of snapshots of daily life with a baby in the house: Lunch time, getting dressed, going for a walk, bed time, etc. I think this is one of the reasons that it's popular with my daughter. At her age it can be a challenge to sustain focus for a lengthy story. This book doesn't require that, yet allows her to be introduced to the idea of having a baby around her parents along with her, and how they might all do things together.

If your child is 2 or under and you are expecting a new baby, I definitely recommend this book.
Yanki Yanki
I love this book! My toddler is especially interested in the pages that show the mom and baby breastfeeding, this is one of very few books I found that are breastfeeding friendly.
Mataxe Mataxe
We purchased this book for my toddler son when we told him that we were expecteing baby #2. The illustrations are simple, but colorful.

The book itself doesn't have a storyline. Each page contains a simple sentence or two, many with a question: "Why is the baby always sleeping?"

One nice perk to this book is that several pages show the mother breastfeeding. We found this to be a nice way to help normalize breastfeeding for our older child.
Marilace Marilace
Loved this book!! We read it everyday for several weeks before Novella's little sister arrived and I think it really helped prepare her (on her level) :-) She has been the best big sister ever!!
RUsich155 RUsich155
My New Baby goes through the many thoughts that a young sibling may have regarding a new baby in the house. Some examples are, "Is the baby hungry?", "This baby smells nice," "Is the baby clean yet?". The text is very simple, and easy for young children to relate to . Most of the book is about the pictures. Little ones will enjoy the big, colorful illustrations that show family life with a baby. They offer a chance to discuss what life with the new baby will be like. Two points I thought were nice were that the baby was being breast-fed, and that the older sibling didn't feel like she was left out - she received a present, she helped take care of the baby, and she had her own story time at bed time.

My New Baby is a good book for children ages 2 - 5 who have a new baby brother or sister.

-Sherry Ellis
Author of That Baby Woke Me Up, AGAIN!
Marelyne Marelyne
We bought this for our two-year-old not long after we found out we were expecting another baby. Text is very simple - only a sentence or two per page, often phrased in the form of a question, which allows the parent to say more if desired. The toddler character is androgynous, so for us it is a little girl, but could work very well as a boy. Baby is fed by breastfeeding, which was the main appeal of this book for me, as most big sibling-type books depict bottle feeding. (This is not a commentary on bottle feeding - I promise I don't care how people feed their babies, I just wanted something that will depict what my daughter will see provided all goes as planned.) Co-sleeping is implied, although the baby sleeps in a bassinet.

This is a board book. Our daughter asks for it a lot when we read for bedtime, and she is now able to point to pictures that resonate with her: "baby crying," "nursing", "eating snack," etc.) For more of a story, check out I'm A Big Sister or I'm A Big Brother, but this one is a great addition to your collection for your soon-to-be big sister or brother.
Uafrmaine Uafrmaine
My daughter just turned 2 years old and her little brother (first sibling) will be born in just a couple of months. I like that this book is very simple, as she's not quite at the age where a long-winded story would sustain her attention. It does just contain a series of questions (ex: "why does the baby always have milk?"), which some reviewers seem to find annoying, but it has already taught my daughter some things to expect when her brother is born. She understands from the pictures and from us discussing them with her some basics like being quiet when the baby is sleeping, baby will cry sometimes, baby will be nursing milk from mommy, you can be excited about helping do some things with baby, etc. If you have an older child, maybe you'd like something more complicated, but I think this book worked very well to introduce these concepts to my just turned 2 year old.