Baby’s Very First Faces by Campbell Books & Jo Lodge ~ #ClothBook #Review ~ @jolodge1 @MacmillanKidsUK

Title: Baby’s Very First Faces
Author:
Campbell Books
Illustrator:
Jo Lodge

IMG_4162The Story:
This colourful, crunchy cloth book offers a range of sensory experiences whilst introducing babies to the familiar faces of Mummy, Daddy and Baby.

Favourite Spread:
Jo has created simple and bold images that babies will love. For newborns, the high-contrast and crinkly-sounding pages will grab their attention. Then, as they get older, they will enjoy you pointing out the different patterns and shapes.

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With three lovely pages, I feel it is best to let my two-month-old decide the best spread in this one. And the winner is… Daddy! (Note: this could just mean that – even at only two months old – my daughter is already a daddy’s girl!)

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The Verdict:
Coming in a nice gift box, this would make a lovely present for a newborn. I particularly liked that it has a Velcro handle so you can strap it onto a pram or car seat – very practical! And like any sensory book for babies – it wouldn’t be complete without a mirror to catch those smiles!

Buy Now!

Publisher: Campbell Books, Macmillan
Publication date: 20 February 2020
ISBN: 978-1529023350

 

I am very grateful to the publisher for providing me with an advanced copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion.

 

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