Littles: And How They Grow Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 26 user ratings

" Good for new parents; also maybe younger siblings that are awaiting the arrival of a new baby. For me, this was more for the parents than for kids - the 2 and 5 year old I read it to were not excited about it. " said.

" Age: Infants-Preschool (good for siblings)Beautiful and up-to-date illustrations of baby living including a diverse assortment of babies and grown-ups. Can be shortened for storytimes, if need be. " said.

" I definitely cried during this heartwarming and beautifully illustrated homage to our babies and how quickly they grow! I loved the inclusion of all kinds of families in a very natural way that didn't try to fit anyone into boxes. Beautiful! " said.

" A book that celebrates babies and the varied families and people that love them. More for caregivers and parents than children, but the book will still be enjoyed by younger children. A decent shower or first birthday gift. " said.

" This book has it all. A nice story with short text, colorful illustrations, and diversity in families and humans.This is a great book to share with all preschoolers, but I think toddlers would enjoy it very much.Cute endpapers " said.

" In this sweet lullaby-style picture book, author Kelly DiPucchio conveys how loved Littles are and how quickly they become toddlers. Incorporating several family types and a diverse collection of ethnicities, this book not only ensures a child knows they are loved but it also helps every child realize they are special and worthy of that love. " said.

" This book has really nice illustrations. But better than that, DiPucchio keeps up with today's different types of family units. She is so subtle about it that I had to look twice at many of the illustrations to notice them. The story is a neat little rhyming story about babies and their little, young lives. " said.

" Shades of 10 Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes, Little is a poetic story that shows the similarities and a few of the differences in infants in different families. Littles is illustrated by AG Ford who chooses to show a mother nursing, a biracial couple and a same sex couple as part of the images in the book. With focus mainly on infants, it might be a better fit for home versus school collections. " said.

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