Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
  • Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
  • Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
  • Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
  • Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
  • Baby Happy Baby Sad/Bebè Feliz Bebè Triste
ISBN: 0763632457
EAN13: 9780763632458
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 26, 2008
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 7" L x 7" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

YES This must-have toddler title sheds light on some concepts with a comical flair that will make readers HAPY.

A towering ice-cream cone makes Baby HAPY. But when that delectable treat goes splat, it makes Baby SAD. And how quickly HAPY 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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   Cute book but some examples are not great...
I bought it because we love other books in this series. My issue with this book is that some of the examples given are not things that make my daughter happy... they make her sad! For example, taking a bath and going to sleep. I'm tempted to read those pages together bc if we glue it to her, she may get the idea that she is supposed to be good for those things, which would not be sad! Instead of being sad when you go to bed, why not sad for being tired? I feel like the author could have thought some of these examples a little better so as not to generalize things negatively that not all babies are sad.
 
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   Just disappointed in this book
In this book, it is possible to see Adorable little pictures... There is only one phrase in each page baby happy baby sad, that is it nothing else but that. I'm quite aware that you would explain to your child what is on the pictures, but if I knew it said on each page, there is no way I would have bought it! I love the author, but read the reviews on these books the next time before I even buy them.
 
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   My toddler's favorite book!
We have been reading this book to my 20 month old toddler since he was about 4 months old. He loved it then and still loves it. He squirts with delight while reading it and laughs. When we read it, he wants us to do it again. We find the book entertaining, educational and we love all the illustrations. The only criticism I have is that some pages start with baby happy and then the comparative baby sad, while some pages start with baby happy with the comparative baby. It kind of interrupts the flow of the book. I think that when you flip the pages, it should be first baby consistent, then baby sad, each page... This book is a winner though!
 
5
   Love the Book
This is a great book, where the emphasis is on a conversation about things that make you feel happy versus things that make you feel sad. There are some areas in which the baby is happy when my baby is sad, i.e. Taking a bath : This is, however, a great opportunity to talk about how different people have different feelings. It is nice that the book says Baby Happy and Baby Sad because it makes it easy to read when the child turns the pages quickly. The book also allows for story telling by both child and parent using the situations where the baby is identified either happy or sad. I like how we can start conversations about basic emotions at a young age.
 
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   My only beef with this particular one is that I don't like the suggestion that a kid would be sad in ...
Here is the board book fan Leslie. Leslie books are a favorite with my 18 month old toddler. The copy and art really resonate and reach him on his level. Through these books, he learned so many lessons. My only beef with this particular is that I don 't like the suggestion that a child would be sad in the bath or when Daddy puts him to bed. This isn 't a universal issue, so I don 't want to send the wrong message to my guy who doesn 't get sad at bedtime or during baths.
 
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   great book, but skip this part!
I agree with the other reviewer - I love this book, but I always skip the pages about baby sad '' as being put to bed and baby happy about Daddy coming to get him out of bed. I have bedtime issues '' so that the baby is happy that playtime is over and sad that it is time to play again. I love how this book is simple for my baby, but my kindergartener loves it even more! She likes to talk about the pictures and leads to great conversations.
 
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   Great Companion to No, No, Yes, Yes!
I bought this book after my son fell in love with Leslie Patricelli's book No, No, Yes, Yes. It was so popular in our house that we had to get another! This book is a great gift for a 1st or 2nd birthday as there are limited texts, great colors and vibrant illustrations. My son loves to read to me this book and we often purchase them for his friends. I work as a teacher of kindergarten and give this book an A+!
 
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   Not as good as the others
One is a baby who is sad to take a bath and the other with the sad baby going to bed. I don 't want to give my children the idea that they should dislike bedtime or bath time.
 
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   Therapist Dream
As a pediatric speaker, this book has proven one of my most useful tools in my bag of tricks. It demonstrates such a kid friendly idea, such as emotion, in a complex way. It has been suitable for all ages for a wide range of language skills. My kiddos love to know the objects, find the happy baby and tell what happened. I bought this book and went on to love the rest of the series. They are in my treatment bag and have never left!
 
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   Favorite around here-very simple and fun
My 17 month old loves absolutely this book. We also bought Tubby, which is very fun! These are very easy for babiestoddlers to understand and allow the reader to add detail to why the baby is happy or sad. When we read it, we talk about sharing and other things.
 
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