Our Baby Faces Board Book by Margaret Miller
We bought our baby the Baby Faces board book by Margaret Miller when we were shopping one day in the store. Tyler was tired of shopping, he was getting irritable and not much was going to satisfy him other than leaving the store. I know all moms with small children can relate? I only had a few more things to get and I didn’t want to have to come back so I grabbed this book, Baby Faces by Margaret Miller, off the shelf and started reading it to Tyler. Immediately he was intrigued by the baby on the front cover and he stopped crying for a moment… ahhh silence is golden..
I opened the book and read the first page to Tyler, “Yucky!” I said, and there was a page of a baby making a “yucky, gross” face. Tyler started laughing, and not just a little laugh, a full on belly laugh! I kept turning the pages and reading on and Tyler was smiling and giggling and the different faces inside the book. His favorite page is the “yucky” face page, that one makes him laugh for some reason. He must relate to it, which doesn’t say much for my cooking does it?
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Baby Face Board Book
The entire book is filled with exactly what you would think, baby faces! Each page has a baby making a different face and there is a word like, “stinky!” Now, if I am being totally honest here in my review, the different faces do not make sense sometime. There is one for “Yum-Yum” where the baby is making a weird face, certainly not a “yummy, this is delicious” face in my opinion but my son loves the whole book regardless.
Board books with baby faces are great for babies and toddlers because at that age, they really understand facial expressions better than words. I was able to finish my shopping that day in the store because this book was just enough to keep him happy in the cart another five minutes while I grabbed what I needed.
Board Books with Baby Faces are SO CUTE!!
Here are some other board books with baby faces. Think of them as reading material for babies. Babies can’t read anything but facial expression and emotions at this age. It’s really the perfect kind of book for a baby because it’s right at their reading level, so to speak. They may not be able to know what the words say on the page, but they know what kind of faces those babies are making and it’s very entertaining to them at this young age.