Baby! Talk! by Penny GentieuBaby! Talk! by Penny Gentieu

Baby! Talk!

byPenny GentieuIllustratorPenny Gentieu

Board Book | January 15, 2000

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Peek-a-boo! I see you!
How big is baby? Soooo big!
 
Baby! Talk! introduces parents, family members, and caregivers to the expressions and words that encourage babies to communicate and try out their verbal skills, in a sturdy board book format perfect for tiny hands.
 
Each page is overflowing with Penny Gentieu's adorable photographs of expressive baby faces and body language, which babies will immediately understand and respond to because babies love to look at babies!
Penny Gentieu is one of the foremost photographers of babies. Her work has graced the covers of over 100 major magazines, including Newsweek, Time, Parents, and New York magazine. She is also the author and photographer of two other board books for babies: Wow! Babies! and Grow! Babies!
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Title:Baby! Talk!Format:Board BookDimensions:22 pages, 6.75 × 5.5 × 0.52 inPublished:January 15, 2000Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0517800799

ISBN - 13:9780517800799

Appropriate for ages: Baby - 2

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From Our Editors

Renowned baby photographer Penny Gentieu, whose cute portraits have graced the covers of Time, Newsweek and Parents, has created a series of portraits that tell parents a lot about how babies react to words. Baby! Talk! captures a variety of typical infant facial expressions, which are charming for moms and dads and intriguing to other babies, who love to look at baby faces. Smiles and chuckles, frowns and grimaces are all part of the picture in this charming little book of images!

Editorial Reviews

"Gentieu creates an engaging set of photographs for very young eyes.... The direct correlation between text and photos provides children with visual clues that reinforce their comprehension of basic words and phrases".

-- Kirkus Reviews