Let's Look! (Baby Einstein First Look and Find) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-12-17 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 20 user ratings

" I really love the extra activities at the end. " said.

" This was a 2nd birthday present from Grandma. I LOVE IT! I can identify almost everything on each page. My favorite is the beach scene. " said.

" BIG book. Soft cover. Fun pictures. 5 stars. " said.

" A colorful book to help introduce language to babies and toddlers. " said.

" I am just not a fan of these types of books, but my toddler loves it. It contains bright, colorful pictures that capture his attention. The rhyme-scheme is poorly developed and the book would serve it's purpose without any attempt at storytelling, but it does provide context to the images. " said.

" This is a matching book that the boys have loved for a long time. Even before they understood the concept of matching the pictures in the boxes to the pictures on the pages, they loved to find and point to all the colorful images. The also recognize the characters from Baby Einstein movies. " said.

"Not my favorite book, but I will say that this is a "hand-me-down" from The Turkeybird who also adored this book. What I do like about it is that it spans many age groups. Even now The Turkeybird(my son, age 3) is able to look at the book with a different purpose than Littlebug(my daughter, age 1) who is looking to learn about the animals in the pictures, as she gets going in her reading. The Turkeybird picks it up now and we can sit together looking for different shapes and objects using the guide in the back of the book. The official age range says 4-8, which I'm not so sure about, but we'll see.

Though I personally am not drawn to this book, little ones definitely are and if you're looking for a great beginning book that will get years of use this is it. It's inexpensive and educational. A great book for a beginning library.
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"My daughter loves this book. We read it just about every day, sometimes several times a day and the more we read it, the more she loves it. Each page has a left-hand panel with a short rhyme and several themed pictures to “look and find” in the larger double-page spread. Baby can look for birds, musical instruments, food, farm animals, bath items, bed time, etc. In some respects, it’s like Where’s Waldo because you’re trying to find pictures within a picture. But it also comes with a heaping dose of Baby Einstein crack, if you know what I mean.

The drawings are cartoonish, colorful and feature several Baby Einstein characters. And since there are very few printed words on the page there is a lot to be left for adult interpretation, which means I can make story time last for as little or as long as we need it to, depending on the situation.

We’ve been reading this book and others to her since she was quite small. She loves all books but this is the definite favorite. If I put it on the floor, she will crawl to it and start turning the pages and “reading” it on her own by touching the pages and babbling. There must be something in the quality of the pages that appeals to her because she spends more time playing with this book than any of her others.
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