Moo Baa La La La by Sandra Boynton – Books For Kids
Best Books For Infants and Toddlers Review
The book is a series of cute short sayings and simple animations, where each animal produces a certain sound. However, there is an error at the very end of the book, which is meant to be corrected by the little ones. Animals are portrayed with human-like emotions, facial expressions and clothes, which adds a great deal of humor to this popular book for babies and toddlers. Moo Baa La La La is full of cute and fun rhymes.
Reading To Infants And Toddlers Benefits
After reading this book to the little ones, it will not take too long before they start participating in reading sessions by completing funny phrases from each page. Moo Baa La La La is beneficial for expending kids’ vocabulary and mimicking sounds.
About Moo, Baa, La La La!
Moo Baa La La La could practically entertain and educate children of all ages. The story is short enough to hold baby’s attention, while interesting graphics will still appeal to older toddlers. The pages are sturdy enough for babies to handle them, which the book format makes it a great traveling companion. Once you experience this book, you might consider buying it as a birthday gift for other kids, as we did shortly after reading for the first time to our son.
About Sandra Boynton Sandra Boynton is an American writer, popular artist, highly awarded cartoonist, book illustrator, humorist, award winning songwriter and author of books for children. She actively participated in a creation of almost fifty books, which were mostly children’s books. Sandra Boynton sold more than 35 million books worldwide, designed more than four thousand greeting cards, and produced four music albums.
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