This New York Times Best Illustrated Book captures all the sweet and touching moments in Baby’s day, from Mama’s first cuddle in the morning to Daddy’s last kiss at bedtime.
Parents and their little ones will enjoy seeing themselves in the simple, straightforward observations of the routines of a baby, including Baby’s first shaky steps, Baby’s much needed nap, the comfort of Baby’s bottle, a steamy bath, and a bedtime story.
Like Mem Fox’s Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes, this charming and joyful picture book by Polly Kanevsky and illustrated by Taeeun Yoo, the recipient of a previous New York Times Best Illustrated Award and an Ezra Jack Keats Award, will surely appeal to families with young children.
Polly Kanevsky is the author of the picture book <i>Sleepy Boy, </i> illustrated by Stephanie Anderson and recipient of three starred reviews, including one from <i>Kirkus Reviews</i> calling it “unusual and captivating.” Polly is a graphic designer, picture-book maker, and teacher of preschool children, who in turn teach and inspire her every day. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and her seven-year-old son. Learn more at pollykanevsky.com.
Taeeun Yoo has twice received the prestigious New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Book Award. She has illustrated many books, including Strictly No Elephants by Lisa Mantchev, which has been published in twelve countries. The New York Times called it a “sunny, smart, tongue-in-cheek tale.” Other books include So Many Days and Only a Witch Can Fly, both by Alison McGhee, and Round by Joyce Sidman, which received four starred reviews. Taeeun was also the recipient of the Ezra Jack Keats Award and the Society of Illustrators’ Founders Award. She lives in South Korea with her family.
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