Maybe baby's feeling sad today. Maybe baby's feeling happy. Feelings are one of the things that make us human, and learning about them is one of the first of life's great adventures. Happiness, sadness, anger and fear all develop during the first year of life. Research suggests that babies can read other people's facial expressions by the age of about 10 weeks - before they learn to smile themselves. "A Baby's Guide to Baby's Feelings" features black and white photographs of babies for your baby to identify with - babies love looking at pictures of babies. Clear, repetitive text can be used as a game between parent and baby - babies will soon learn to respond.The book is made to last, on strong board with baby-safe rounded corners. Babies love books. Right from the start, they love to listen to voices and look at pictures. Babies are born with the need to communicate. Reading to babies helps them learn to listen and to recognise and imitate the sounds they hear. They will benefit from books long before they are ready to learn to read. A toddler's brain contains twice as many connections as an adult's, so we have more capacity to learn in infancy than at any other time.
Children love familiar things, and they will enjoy sharing books like this one time and time again.