Where Is Baby's Belly Button?
  • Where Is Baby's Belly Button?
  • Where Is Baby's Belly Button?
  • Where Is Baby's Belly Button?
ISBN: 0689835604
EAN13: 9780689835605
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 1, 2000
Pages: 14
Dimensions: 0.51" H x 7.4" L x 6.61" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Celebrate fifteen years of Where Is Baby's Belly Button? with this oversize board book edition

Where are Baby's hands?
Under the bubbles
Where are Baby's eyes?
Under her hat

This bestselling lift-the-flap board book is back in an oversize board edition just in time for its fifteenth anniversary Karen Katz's adorable babies play peek-a-boo in this delightful interactive book. The playful text and vibrant, patterned illustrations are sure to keep little ones mesmerized as they search for Baby's hands, eyes, feet, and much more This sturdy format and large, easy-to-lift flaps are perfect for parents and children to share.

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   My Girl 12 Months & Boy 24 Months Love This Book!
I have had this book for about 18 months and my kids still love it. My daughter reads it a lot. When we got this book, my son was 18 months old. They play with the babies. They are taught to point to an eye, nose, mouth, hair, and other objects in the book. The book is in good condition. They love from 9 months to 3 years old. Where is the spot? There is a video titled " To3K1 HTFg 2." Baby faces are cute! There is a video titled " To3 HOKfFz 3." Don't touch a spider. You can find it here: https:// amzn. to/3n5 sXw1
   Karen Katz at KarenKatz.com.
Karen has written and illustrated more than fifty picture books and novelty books. After graduating from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, she went to the Yale Graduate School of Art and Architecture where she became interested in folk art, Indian miniatures, and Mexican art. Her book, Counting Kisses, was one of the 100 greatest books for kids and a children's book- of- the- month club main selection. Karen, Gary Richards, and their daughter, Lena, live in New York City and Saugerties, New York. KarenKatz. com is where you can learn more about her.
   Not suitable for babies
The flaps are not suitable for a baby. My 1 yo crumbled them all the time. The pictures are not drawn to grab the baby's attention. On the page about the baby's belly button, the circle is slightly darker than his body. It's hard to spot a small baby. It's the same for the mouth, etc.
   Great gift
I have purchased this book many times as a baby shower gift and it has always been a big hit. It is a book for very young children and preschoolers are very bored with it. The lift the flap book is only for reading with your child. On the first reading, the flaps will be ripped off. If you' re buying it for your child, I don't recommend buying anything but brand new.
My daughter likes this book. I have tried to conceal it. I tried hiding it many times. She finds it whenever she can. She ripped off the flap for the last page, so I took a star off. My toddler is pretty large so that could be her.
   What's with the thin paper flaps?
This book is great for teaching body parts. The illustrations keep my baby's attention. Every parent should read this book to their toddler. The flaps are the reason I am not giving this 5- stars. The paper used for the flaps is thin card stock. My daughter would destroy the book if she got a hold of it on her own. I keep it out of her library because of this.
   He finds all the flaps easy to open with the exception of the belly button ...
My son is a big fan of this book. He loves it so much that he' ll be 1 this weekend but he's been loving it for months. The belly button and the final flap under the blanket are the most rewarding of the easy flaps to open. He enjoys the book. The people clap and smile every time.
   Cute book! Great way to learn body parts
I was hesitant to order this lift the flap book as I didn't like the Easter lift the flap books, and I had gotten my daughter the Valentine's lift the flap books. The words behind the flaps almost always started with No, which was the problem for me. You were reading and telling your child to lift the flap, but then saying no. The flap was lifted. It seemed like it could be me. This book has body parts for your child to learn. It's more encouraging to me. I don't like the fact that the flaps are huge, which makes it hard for little fingers to open them.
   Fun book
My daughter was 14 months old when we bought this book. She enjoyed opening the flaps. We played peek-a- boo with the book and she enjoyed it. She is 18 months old and still enjoys reading. She points out what you' re supposed to look for on each page now that she understands a lot of the questions. It was very enjoyable. The flaps are quite flimsy. Most of them have been bent and some are torn. I would expect that from most of these types of books at that age, and I think the price is okay. Don't expect the book to be in perfect condition when small children are playing with it.
   Super sweet book. Lasting and well loved
Such a sweet book. It will help her learn where her body parts are. She can do them all by herself because the flaps are big. They are a little thin, but so far no one has cried. Four years and 3 kids later. A flap was ripped off. We bought this book for our 16m old son and he loves it just as much as his sisters before him and it has taught him all his parts. It is!