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Our baby / written by Margaret Wild ; illustrated by Karen Blair.

By: Wild, Margaret, 1948- [author.].
Contributor(s): Blair, Karen [author,, illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Adelaide, SA : Working Title Press, 2015Description: 32 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781921504785; 9781921504792.Subject(s): Parent and infant -- Children's picture books | Brothers and sisters -- Children's picture books | Families -- Children's picture books | Infants -- Children's picture booksGenre/Form: Picture books for children.DDC classification: A823.3 Summary: Babies come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and from all sorts of families. Some babies have a mum and a dad. Some babies have a mum, and a dad who lives elsewhere. Others have two mums or two dads. Some babies have milky mouths, snotty noses or tiny shrimp toes. Others have tufty hair, dandelion hair or no hair at all. All babies like doing different things - such as going to the park, to cafes or playgroups. Or staying at home and painting on walls, playing peek-a-boo, or reading. This warm and funny book told through the eyes of an older sister looks at the richness and diversity of family life today, and celebrates the many, many different babies who are so special to their families.
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Picture Books Hāwera LibraryPlus
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Children's Picture Books W (Browse shelf) Available i2164274
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Children's
Children's Picture Books W (Browse shelf) Available i2164275
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Some babies have a mum and a dad. Some babies have a mum, and a dad who lives elsewhere. Some babies have two mums. Or two dads. Our baby has a mum and a dad and a big sister - me! <p>Babies come in all shapes and sizes, and from all sorts of families. Some babies have milky mouths, snotty noses, tufty hair, or no hair at all. Some babies like going to cafes or to the park. Some like playing at home. Every baby is different, and every one of them is special.</p>

Scheduled to be published April 2015.

Babies come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and from all sorts of families. Some babies have a mum and a dad. Some babies have a mum, and a dad who lives elsewhere. Others have two mums or two dads. Some babies have milky mouths, snotty noses or tiny shrimp toes. Others have tufty hair, dandelion hair or no hair at all. All babies like doing different things - such as going to the park, to cafes or playgroups. Or staying at home and painting on walls, playing peek-a-boo, or reading. This warm and funny book told through the eyes of an older sister looks at the richness and diversity of family life today, and celebrates the many, many different babies who are so special to their families.

For preschool age.

Mitchell Library copy at HQ 2016/526 :Submission for Premier's Literary Award 2016.

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