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Hello You!

Campbell Books


Board book

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09 February 2021
Series: Mirror Baby
One of the first things babies learn to recognise is faces. In Mirror Baby: Hello You!, little ones will meet a group of babies, just like them! The fold-out mirror is perfect for giving babies extra stimulation. Can they look in the mirror and try laughing, waving or saying night-night?

Stunning black-and-white photography and modern design make this a bold and engaging first mirror book, perfect for early social development.

Also available for little ones: Peekaboo!
By:   Campbell Books
Imprint:   Campbell
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 159mm,  Width: 162mm,  Spine: 17mm
Weight:   224g
ISBN:   9781529058666
ISBN 10:   152905866X
Series:   Mirror Baby
Pages:   10
Publication Date:   09 February 2021
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Board book
Publisher's Status:   Active

Books you can play with; Toys you can read Campbell Books is a specialist maker of books for children aged 0-5. We are the trusted name for creating innovative and accessible books to develop a child's love of books and are dedicated to providing the very best start to every child's reading journey. From familiar stories to popular evergreen topics, we publish books that help busy toddlers with everyday life, are softly educational and perfect for young, inquisitive fingers and minds.

Reviews for Hello You!

Babies are always fascinated by other babies and one of the first things they recognise is faces. This sturdy board book with a high quality fold-out mirror integrates the two perfectly. Starting with 'Wakey wakey, rise and shine' and ending with wishing on a star and saying 'Night night', youngsters are taken through the day via mealtimes, playtime and bathtime in the company of a diverse group of babies just like them. A sleek, modern design and beautiful, black and white photographs combine with simple, rhythmic, rhyming text to engage babies and toddlers. The mirror element provides additional stimulation and opportunities to identify themselves as well as to practise waving, clapping and other newly-learnt skills. * BookTrust *

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