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This New Baby

byTeddy JamIllustratorVirginia Johnson

Board Book | September 17, 2011

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A mother caring for her baby through the night reflects on the joys and mysteries of this new and precious life. With a simple poetic text and gorgeous Matisselike illustrations by renowned textile designer Virginia Johnson, This New Baby is a perfect evocation of parental love. Any person who has ever had a baby, anyone who would like to have a baby and anyone who has ever been a baby will be deeply touched by this beautiful book. The text for This New Baby was originally published in 1998.
Virginia Johnson is a well-known textile designer who creates beautiful, colorful prints for clothing and home furnishings. She has also illustrated This New Baby by Teddy Jam. Teddy Jam (Matt Cohen) was the pseudonymous author of many wonderful children's books, including Night Cars (which Michele Landsberg called "the Canadian Goodn...
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Title:This New BabyFormat:Board BookDimensions:22 pages, 6.62 × 7 × 0.47 inPublished:September 17, 2011Publisher:Groundwood Books LtdLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1554980887

ISBN - 13:9781554980888

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Editorial Reviews

"...delicate illustrations and ephemeral imagery" - Publishers Weekly"...noted textile designer Virginia Johnson brings her trademark touches of scintillating colour and deft, oblique design to a board book by the late and much-lamented Teddy Jam (a.k.a. Matt Cohen)." - Susan Perren, The Globe and Mail"...as gentle as it is powerful!" - Stacey, Word of Mouse Book Reviews"This New Baby would be a welcome addition to any newborn's collection of "sleepy time" books." - Trevor Lockhart, CM Magazine"A provocative musing on the transformative power of parenthood." - Kirkus"Jam's poetic lines dip and soar..." - Deirdre Baker, The Toronto Star". . . soft Matisse-like images give a fresh and delightful look." - Canadian Children's Booknews