No Baby No

Publisher: Bloomsbury

An adventurous baby wants to explore. Wherever he goes, the familiar cry sounds: 'No, Baby, No!', whether he's about to eat the dog's food, try on Grandad's fragile glasses or make giant splashes in the bath. The only thing to do is to try is something completely new. And so he takes his first few tentative steps. Suddenly everyone is smiling, clapping and chorusing: 'Go, Baby, go!'

Amusing illustrations of a mischievous baby's exploits accompany the rhyming text, making this a book small children will want to read and recite again and again. An entertaining, everyday story about the mayhem one small baby can cause, with great appeal for all members of the family.

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