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Lift the flaps throughout to find lots of different faces - happy, sad, cheeky, sleepy, messy and giggly - then look under the flap on the final page to find a mirror for baby's own face!
Nothing is more enticing to a baby than another baby. Now in a bigger sizeand with brand-new vibrantly colored backgrounds, Chronicle's groundbreaking board book is better than ever! The 12 pictures of darling baby faces help infants and toddlers explore a complicated range of emotions by showing both happy, smiling babies and cranky, crying babies. The book opens accordion style, so it can stand up in a crib or on the floor to amuse even the youngest infant.
Help your baby learn as you discover faces in this new ebook. Now in ebook format, this is a static, generic epub. Your baby will love finding different faces: from a happy baby, a sad baby, a peepo baby face and a sleepy baby. Read them with your baby, they'll love the playful images. It is perfect for reading aloud and encouraging early word recognition. Babies and toddlers will want to investigate and explore each one again and again.
Presents high-contrast illustrations of faces that introduce young readers to different types of people, emotions, and characteristics.
Look at all the baby faces with Baby Faces. Make a happy face with a smiling baby or make a sad face with a crying baby. Baby Faces is the ideal first board book for your baby. Read along with your little one to introduce common expressions on sweet baby faces for your baby to look at! With crystal-clear photos, read-aloud text, and an extra-special twinkle on every page, Baby Faces engages young babies with singsong rhymes and bright, colorful pages. The Baby Sparkle series features appealing early-learning themes -- bedtime, baby faces, animals, and more. Each title has six sparkly, double-page spreads, designed to attract babies in the youngest age group (0 - 6 months). With lots to encourage playful interaction between parent and child, including singsongy rhymes and animal noises, these stimulating first books are a joy to share, and filled with high-quality real-world baby learning.
Introduce young children to the concept of emotion using this fun novelty book. With four wobbly emoti faces on the cover, and lift the flaps throughout that reveal photos of really babies' expressions, this will captivate and engage. A beautiful new board book reflecting the current trend for all things emoti! This novelty board book features four rattling "wobbly faces" on the cover. Inside, the pages contain emoti-style cartoon flaps that lift to reveal a corresponding photo of a baby making the same expression!
Indestructibles are the books built for the way babies read. They are 100 percent baby-proof, chew-proof, rip-proof, and drool-proof. Printed on a unique nontoxic, paperlike material that holds up to anything babies can throw at it—gumming, spilling, dragging across the floor— Indestructibles are the little books that could. They’re indestructible. And if they get dirty, just throw them in the washing machine or dishwasher. Baby Faces features baby’s favorite thing: pictures of other babies. It’s a book for parents and children to share together the many moods of a baby.
A delightful metallic-look board book full of little faces to engage baby readers. Cute-as-a-button baby faces in a range of familiar expressions peer out of each spread, while gently rhyming rhythms provide a charming story for families to share. A peek-a-boo mirror at the end of the book brings baby into the story too.
Fourteen Olmec specialists discuss not only the works of art but also the many recent finds, that provide insights into Mexico's most ancient culture, as well as its cultural history, cosmology, and daily life. Colour photos. Quarto.
Do we read character in faces? What information do faces actually provide? Why do we associate certain facial qualities with particular character traits? What are the social and psychological consequences of reading character in faces? Zebrowitz unmasks the face and provides the first systematic, scientific account of our tendency to judge people by their appearance. Offering an in-depth analysis of two appearance qualities that influence our impressions of others—“babyfaceness” and “attractiveness”—and an account of these impressions, Zebrowitz has written an accessible and valuable book for professionals and general readers alike.The assumption that people's faces provide a window to their inner nature has a long and distinguished history, eloquently expressed in the works of ancient philosophers, like Aristotle, and great writers, like Shakespeare. Zebrowitz examines this assumption, focusing on four central points. She shows that facial appearance, particularly babyfaceness and attractiveness, has a strong impact on how we perceive an individual's character traits and on social outcomes in the workplace, in the criminal justice system, and in other settings. She proposes that facial stereotypes derive from evolutionarily adaptive reactions to useful information that faces can provide. She assesses the accuracy of facial stereotypes in light of plausible links between appearance and character. Finally, Zebrowitz suggests ways to counteract the consequences of reading faces.
A metallic-look board book with rhyming text captures baby's attention and helps teach emotional expressions.