Look What I See! Where Can I Be? In the Neighborhood

Look What I See! Where Can I Be? In the Neighborhood

by Dia Michels

In the first of this five-title series about a family, Baby is on the
go—accompanied by her loving family—in a variety of situations that the youngest reader can identify from close-up clues. An older child will love the guessing game aspect of the book, while the youngest child will be content to “read” the pictures of the adventures of a very little person—just like herself. The stunning photographs capture the daily routines of an attachment parenting family. Baby goes shopping, mails a package, plays in the park, visits the doctor, enjoys a story hour and explores an aquarium. Set in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington DC, this book combines parenting values with the beautiful settings of a real-life neighborhood.


Ages: 0-4
Illustrated by: Michael J. N. Bowles
ISBN: 978-1-930775-00-8
Price: $9.95
Published by: Science, Naturally!

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