What Does Baby Want?

Publisher: Phaidon

Review

Baby is crying, but what could he possibly want? It isn't his bouncy ball, or his cuddly bear or even his noisy tambourine. Maybe he is hungry?

This book looks at a common part of many babies' lives that is rarely discussed in children's literature - breastfeeding. Told with humour, and illustrated with simple, bright drawings and minimal text, it shows the common sight of a hungry baby who will only be satisfied when he eats.

The round design is an unusual and interesting format, while the sturdy pages are easy for little fingers to turn.

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