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Hello Baby from Priddy Books is a range of very first, high-contrast black and white books for babies from birth, designed with clearly-defined patterns to provide optimum visual stimulation for the first weeks and months of baby's life. This uniquely shaped, lightweight book has smooth, curved pages for little fingers to explore and a grip handle to hold.
- Hello Baby: a new series of very first high-contrast, black and white books with striking, clearly-defined patterns to provide optimum visual stimulation for babies from birth to 6 months- Chunky book with visually appealling, organically designed, curved pages- Features a die-cut grip handle for little hands to touch, hold andexplore- Made from fully safety-tested, lightweight foam board
Whether you’re a first-time parent looking for reassurance or a more experienced parent coping with a challenging child, this book can help. Tresillian Family Care Centres have been providing help to Australian families for almost a century and this book offers an indispensable guide to topics including: • Getting started as a parent • Basic care of your baby • Growth and development during the first year of life • Early brain development • Building your relationship with your baby • Infant nutrition • Sleep and settling your baby • Baby’s health and safety • Returning to work • Travelling with your baby First formed as the Royal Society for the Welfare of Mothers and Babies in 1918, Tresillian has been at the forefront of infant care ever since and Hello Baby! is the product of a great history combined with the latest research and offers essential advice to ensure the health and happiness of both baby and parent.
Each set contains four different components, packaged in an attractive box with a soft ribbon handle:• Grip Board Book• Mirror Cloth Book• Shaker Teether Board Book• Mirror Board Book
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