Baby's Day Boxed Gift Set, for ages 0-2 years
So many baby faces! The 4 board books in the Baby’s Day Boxed Gift Set invite interaction at playtime, mealtime, naptime and more to strengthen the caregiver-child bond throughout the day. With black and white photos of a wide variety of faces and chic, high-contrast design, the Baby’s Day series makes for a stylish, inclusive, lasting gift.
Set includes 4 books:
Babies talk in all kinds of ways – and the people who love them talk back! This unique board book has been specially created for parents and older children to share with new babies, helping to lay the foundations for secure attachment and early language skills.
Baby Play, by Skye SilverPeekaboo, I see you! Get ready to dance, build, splash and laugh together with Baby Play. This new sequel to the bestseller Baby Talk has been especially created for caregivers and older children to share with new babies, helping to build secure attachment and early language skills. Featuring simple, high-contrast photographs of a wide variety of babies and families, this adorable board book is sure to delight both babies and those who love them alike.
Baby Dream, by Sunny Scribens
Now it’s time for us to rest. Snuggle up with Baby Dream to develop baby’s early language skills and strengthen the caregiver-child bond! Just right for bedtime, naptime or any time caregivers want to soothe a child, Baby Dream features a calming refrain and plentiful prompts to reassure very small children and build secure attachment. With its repeating text, black-and-white patterned illustrations and high-contrast photographs of sleepy babies, this adorable book will capture baby’s interest — and your heart.
Baby Food, by Stefanie Paige Wieder
Babies eat in lots of ways... and most of them are messy! Giggle and gurgle together with Baby Food, a charming, inclusive window into all the ways babies enjoy their food: bottle-feeding, nursing, children feeding themselves, families eating together and more. High-contrast, patterned illustrations pair with black-and-white photos of babies’ faces to engage newborns’ interest, while the repeating refrain and simple vocabulary help build early language skills. Baby Food’s rhyming text offers plenty of prompts for caregiver-child interaction to strengthen secure attachment, from snack time to mealtime and every time in between.