Tuesday, May 2, 2017

#PRHPARTNER ~ Baby-Boo, I Love You Book Review, Paper Doll Printable & Giveaway








Written by Sheryl Haft
Illustrated by Jane Massey

 All my life I knew I wanted to be a Mommy. I remember playing with my dolls and even some of our pets. Dressing them up, feeding them, just loving on them. When I was a little bit older I babysat as often as I could (I still do because I just love tiny babies and I am happy to get an opportunity to cuddle them for an afternoon!) Reading Baby-Boo, I Love You, reminded me of those moments when I was little. I can just see my little girl cousins rocking their baby-dolls and acting like little mommies! This book is so sweet from the illustrations to the soft rhyme that flows on the pages. It is a delight.



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 Little ones love playing with their dolls! Celebrate that love with Baby-Boo, I Love You, and follow one imaginative little girl who adores playing mommy. And as she bathes, feeds, and frolics with her doll, she emulates a nurturing parent-child relationship, showing the universal joys of being cared for and cherished.

Sheryl Haft’s delightful text and Jane Massey’s endearing illustrations make this a wonderful read-aloud for every child with a favorite doll or stuffed toy, and a reminder of their own parents’ never-ending love.









https://drive.google.com/file/d/15Q7_5JOvkvDziQIkiFliutW8aAXmHUiOHw/view?usp=sharing

 I have an adorable set of paper dolls for you to print HERE!


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One lucky reader will win a copy of Baby-Boo, I Love You





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9 comments:

  1. my son had a stuffed cookie monster and my daughters was a pink stuffed pig

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  2. A stuffed dog name Krissy will have be a treasure of mine.

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  3. Nicole LancasterMay 12, 2017 at 12:24 AM

    I had a Cabbage Patch Doll named Cindy that I carried everywhere with me when I was a child.

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  4. I had a couple favorite dolls when I was little! :)

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  5. I didn't, but my daughter carried around a small doll for almost 4 years!

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  6. I had a beautiful little birdie plushie.

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  7. I had a Cabbage Patch Doll named Sara I took almost every where

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  8. I didn't have a favorite doll, but I had a favorite bunny stuffed animal I treated like a doll!

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  9. I did have a Mrs.Beasley doll that I carried everywhere

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