Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste (Leslie Patricelli Board Books)

Baby Happy Baby Sad Beb Feliz Beb Triste Leslie Patricelli Board Books b YES Now in a dual language Spanish English edition this must have toddler title sheds light on some concepts with a comical flair that will make readers HAPPY A towering ice cream cone makes Baby H

  • Title: Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste (Leslie Patricelli Board Books)
  • Author: Leslie Patricelli
  • ISBN: 1536203483
  • Page: 274
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  • b YES Now in a dual language Spanish English edition, this must have toddler title sheds light on some concepts with a comical flair that will make readers HAPPY A towering ice cream cone makes Baby HAPPY But when that delectable treat goes splat, it makes Baby SAD And how quickly HAPPY turns to SAD when a favorite red balloon flies away Even the littlest listeners will relate to this playful look at a pair of emotions that are part of every baby s day.

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    One thought on “Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste (Leslie Patricelli Board Books)

    1. Raquel Guzman

      Soy profesora de inglés, y a menudo me cuesta encontrar materiales para mis alumnos más chiquitines. Los libros de Leslie Patricelli han sido un maravilloso descubrimiento que se ha transformado en un imprescindible dentro de mi aula. Las ilustraciones son geniales, el formato es perfecto. Estoy encantada!!

    2. Amazon Customer

      I bought this because we love other books in this series. My issue with this book is some of the examples given are not things that make my daughter sadey make her happy! For example: getting a bath and going to sleep. I'm tempted to glue those pages together b/c if we read it to her she may get the idea that she is supposed to be sad for those things which would not be good! Instead of sad when going to bed, why not sad for being tired? I feel like the author could've thought some of these exam [...]

    3. megan daniels

      As I've said in other reviews, I love Leslie Patricelli books. Some are saying this one is repetitive, and they're right. There's not a whole lot of thought in this story, but the pictures guide how you tell it to your kids. "Baby happy, mmm, look, the baby is eating ice cream! Yummy" and so on. You put story to the illustrations. Try to be interactive with your kids. Love the book!

    4. Bibs

      Adorable little pictures in this book. That's it! There is only one phrase in each page " baby happy" "baby sad", that's it nothing else but that. I'm quite aware that you would explain what is on the pictures to your child but if this what I knew it said on each page there is no way I would of bought it! I'm very disappointed in this purchase! I love the author but next time I will read the reviews on these books before I even buy them.

    5. Ben and Larissa

      Both of my kids have loved these Leslie Patricelli board books. This one can be a nice invitation to talk about feelings with older toddlers, who will find some familiar situations in it (the joy of getting muddy, the drama of sharing with peers, etc). The illustrations are attractive, funny, and easy for babies and toddlers to decipher. I would recommend this for ages 6-36 months.

    6. Elena

      I love the concepts. Use "Look Inside" to see some of the pages. It's a great way of helping children understand happy/sad scenarios, practice facial expressions (special education), and develop basic vocabulary.

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