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Baby Einstein: First Words Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-08-24 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 47 user ratings
ISBN:1423113020
LANGUAGE:English

" My toddler's favorite book! He's especially keen on the pages with animals and food items. :) " said.

" Reading Level: (not listed in AR) 0 to 1stInterest level: prekindergarten to 1stWord book with words broken up into categories. Bright pictures and illustrations. " said.

" I find the mixture of real and cartoon a bit odd, but this was my daughter's favorite book for a really long time. It was very instrumental in her learning lots of words, shapes, etc. " said.

"Natalie fell asleep while I was at Walmart, so I read a bunch of books in the toy department so I wouldn't disturb her nap. I liked this less than the other first words book I read recently. This one did not have photographs like the other did and it had other illustrations that could get in the way of focusing on the picture and word connection. But really, it was again about the word selection. I just found some of the words that made it into the book ridiculous, such as a specific kind of fish in a whole section on underwater animals. I did, however, really like that there was a section on objects around the house. " said.

"I like the bright colors and the pictures, but I'm pretty picky about my children's books. I liked the sections on Food and Nature. I was bothered by the "Toys and Games" which featured jacks, marbles and checkers - all choking hazards not appropriate for the 9mos target age. I'd prefer they feature toys that he can actually point to from his bin. I also didn't like that for the colors they put a blue kayak and a black umbrella - as if those items are never any other color. Couldn't they have used a bluebird, jeans, coal, or a black cat? It's a nice enough book, but not our "go to" book for words. " said.

" My toddler's favorite book! He's especially keen on the pages with animals and food items. :) " said.

" Reading Level: (not listed in AR) 0 to 1stInterest level: prekindergarten to 1stWord book with words broken up into categories. Bright pictures and illustrations. " said.

" I find the mixture of real and cartoon a bit odd, but this was my daughter's favorite book for a really long time. It was very instrumental in her learning lots of words, shapes, etc. " said.

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