The long-awaited companion title to Karen Katz's bestselling Where Is Baby's Belly Button?.
Where is baby’s tummy that’s oh, so yummy?
Under the teddy bear!
Little ones will love lifting the large, sturdy flaps in this book to reveal Baby’s pretty nose, sweet feet, yummy tummy, and more! This new gem from Karen Katz makes identifying body parts an entertaining endeavor and is sure to be a year-round favorite for younger readers.
The play pattern of peek-a-boo comes to life with this delightful lift-the-flap board book. Featuring extra-thick flaps perfect for little hands, Winnie the Pooh and his friends will keep Baby engaged in hours of fun!
The book introduces us to Sinatra's life and art seen from an unconventional point of view: Olâ€™ Blue Eyesâ€™ prodigious appetite for alcohol. Drinking was an integral part of his character, his lifestyle and (by extension) his creative output. This book also functions as a practical cocktail manual, containing more than 30 detailed recipes for preparing and presenting fancy drinks he was known to enjoy himself; as well as providing information on some of Sinatraâ€™s own personal drinking lore and some of the traditions he followed or inspired.
Contents: The Man With the Nailed Shoes The Stranger's Latchkey The Anthropologist at Large The Blue Sequin The Moabite Cipher The Mandarin's Pearl The Aluminium Dagger A Message From the Deep Sea
Ever imagined having to deliver a baby by yourself? Could you do it? When Jennifer Slater unexpectedly had to deliver her own baby in the back of a jeep as her husband raced toward the hospital, the mistakes she made that morning could have cost her son his life. Jennifer realized how little we're taught about the few crucial steps that need to be taken if ever surprised by an extremely fast labor-it happens more often than you might think-so she compiled this small, but powerful book from experience, research, and interviews with others who delivered "en route." In this book readers will learn: what to expect if contractions suddenly race from 5 minutes apart to mere seconds what to do every step of the way until reaching the hospital the best position a mother should get into if she starts delivering the baby in the car what to do if the baby doesn't start crying new information about cutting the umbilical cord from the first contraction to their arrival at the hospital with a 5-minute old baby surprising similarities other parents experienced during their last trimester that resulted in unusually short (one hour or less) labors"
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