We love this book because it is a great baby gift for a growing family!
Your little one will learn about who her new baby brother or baby sister is. She will also feel a sense of pride as she realizes that she is his or her big sister!
We highly recommend this book as a 'sibling' gift - so if you are sending something to the younger child, grab this.
Great for helping with the sometimes complicated transition of adding family members to the family.
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A great way to spend quality time with your child is reading to them and this should begin when they are infants.
Exposing children to books at this young age is the first step to peaking their future interest in reading.
Rhyming, recognizing first sounds in words, and syllable awareness are all phonemic awareness skills your child has before they are ready to start reading.
We do not often think of reading when it comes to our toddlers, but they start hearing about the ABCs in songs and begin gaining letter recognition starting at around 2 years of age.
Most children will begin to read between the ages of 5-6 years. But before they can read they need to gain the foundation of pre-reading skills.