Leo Loves Baby Time

Leo Loves Baby Time On Wednesdays Leo and his mom go to Baby Time There he plays peek a boo sings the rolly song the happy song and the name song plays with animals and meets new friends The Baby Time activities featu

  • Title: Leo Loves Baby Time
  • Author: Anna McQuinn Ruth Hearson
  • ISBN: 9781580896658
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Library Binding
  • On Wednesdays, Leo and his mom go to Baby Time There he plays peek a boo sings the rolly song, the happy song, and the name song plays with animals and meets new friends.The Baby Time activities featured in Leo Loves Baby Time will be familiar to children and parents and are presented in bright, vibrant colors that will draw the attention of the youngest readers.

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    1. I am so lucky to spend my time working with books and stories I work one day a week running groups for babies, toddlers and their parents at a local library I spend two days a week writing and six days a week as publisher at the tiny independent publisher, Alanna Books.In my spare time, I read what a wonderful life There are some Children s Books on my shelves obviously but for a comprehensive selection of children s recommendations, look at Lulu s shelves user show 32

    2. Age: Infant-ToddlerFinally, someone wrote a book about storytimes! McQuinn highlights the best moments about the younger storytimes, including songs, scarves, and action rhymes. The parents are engaged and helping the children through the rhymes, including the rocket ship rhyme (Zoom, Zoom, Zoom).

    3. This informational step-by-step picture book is a wonderful introduction for baby about what to expect (or a review of what happens) at a library story time. Another plus is that children of a variety of ethnicities are pictured.

    4. A follow-up to the wonderful Lola series, this new book aims for a slightly younger audience. It focuses on Lola’s little brother, Leo. Leo loves going to Baby Time at the public library. He gets to play games, sing lots of songs, play with animals and make friends. The book also focuses on Leo getting ready to go. He has breakfast, sits in his stroller and heads to the library. Families who go to similar programs at their public library will enjoy seeing the familiar games and songs here. Tho [...]

    5. Hooray!!! Leo is Lola'slittle brother! He goes with Mommy to Baby Time (or baby storytime) and this book shows his and his mother's wonderful routine. Loved it! The pages are even thick and sturdy for sharing with little hands! Great book that extends what "Lola" did for storytime to the younger set! Storytime can make a huge impact in a child's life. Not only will the child have fun and hear language, these are opportunities for parents to learn songs, rhymes, bounces, finger plays, and gain co [...]

    6. An everyday activity is the focus of this story -- going to baby time at the library! I imagine this would be a hit in Tales for Tots because of how relatable it is. Although reading this in storytime might be a bit meta for some of us.

    7. This should be the next Booktrust book for its baby pack - it so perfectly reflects a baby's life, is warmly drawn, diverse, inclusive and just lovely. A must have for every nursery and playgroup.

    8. I probably have an extra attachment to this book, because we do every single one of the activities and songs in this book at our own Baby Storytime. It's a simple story, perfect for the littlest listeners. And the multicultural cast feels natural and oh-so-beautiful. Great book.

    9. love that this falls in line with story time at our own Library. we were able to relate and discuss our experiences afterwards.

    10. Leo is the younger brother of Lola from Lola Loves Stories, but Leo’s story has a different illustrator. The two artists’ styles are very similar, though, so kids who know Lola will be likely to recognize Leo as her sibling. The soft palette and sweet faces give the pictures a gentle tone that perfectly matches the story. Baby time is a fun and comfortable place for Leo, and the illustrations reflect that. The people in the pictures are culturally diverse, which is always a plus for story ti [...]

    11. This is a really cute book with an unfortunate title. I thought it was going to be about Leo being a big brother. But it's really about a play group or Early Childhood and Family Education class. We went through ECFE with both our daughters, and it was a favorite time. We would have liked a book like this to celebrate it! But even by three years old, our kids would have balked at it being called Baby Time. This is a U.S. edition of a U.K. book (Zeki Loves Baby Club), so perhaps that's a British [...]

    12. Leo prepares for baby time with his parent. He loves spending time with the other babies, singing songs, playing with scarves and playing with toys. Children may identify with the structure of baby time at a care facility or library story time. They will enjoy seeing pictures of Leo and the other babies. The book features one sentence of text on each page and thick card stock pages for tactile babies. The book's topic and illustrations will encourage print motivation among young children.

    13. Baby Leo invites readers to share all of his favorite activities at Wednesday morning Baby Time. Simple text gives an accurate description of the activities that make up a Baby program and is supported by vibrant illustrations that include racially diverse children and parents. Recommended for babies and toddlers.

    14. This would be a great one to share in baby storytime. I love all the happy faces in the illustrations and the parent-child interaction throughout the whole story. After reading this book, parents can do any of the activities with their babies- rhymes, bounces, fingerplays and playing with different types of toys.

    15. And who wouldn't? Leo gets to sing, dance, roll, play, giggle, shimmy and shake, and just enjoy being a baby. And then he gets to snuggle with his Mom and read books!Leo has a great life! Don't you wish you were a baby?This book expertly demonstrates the ideal life a baby should have and I am so happy to see books and learning as a major part of his day!

    16. Why does Leo love Baby Time? Wednesdays are the days when he gets to sing, play, and receive lots of love from the parents of the other youngsters. This sweet board book is filled with colorful illustrations of happy babies enjoying spending time together.

    17. An incredibly sweet addition to the Lola series, this one targeted at younger readers. A big favorite in our house as all the things Leo does are very familiar and it's fun to sing along with the songs mentioned in the book.

    18. This is my favorite book to share at the end of the first session each baby storytime. The babies and their grown-ups are illustrated adorably. You really can't go wrong with any of McQuinn's Lola books.

    19. This is a good interactive story for very young children about many of the things that happen at Baby Time. The illustrations are adorable and the story is short and simple. Great for babies to read with their grownups!

    20. Today's story time bookloved it! Perfectly captured story time. I even know the "zoom zoom zoom, we're going to the moon" rhyme that Leo gets to sing!

    21. Leo loves Wednesdays. Mommy and Leo go to Baby Time where they sing, play, wiggle and cuddle for a story with friends. (Reviewer #7)

    22. Great book that shows how much fun Baby Time is! Hopefully it will inspire parents to take their own little ones if they aren't going already.

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