Ninja Baby Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 11 user ratings

" These pictures are amazing. I think the book would be excellent without, but this brings it to fantastic. Little details like the father also being in a hospital gown at the birth bedside, or the adorable concealment tactics. (From a grownup perspective, I liked the shared parenting roles shown... just sayin'.) " said.

" David Zeltser has a way with words that will entertain you and your children. Wonderfully playful the story begins with the birth of Baby Ninja (a real Ninja!!!) but is soon enhanced by the appearance of her new baby brother, the Kung Fu Master (Yes, a real Master!!!). Zeltser's witty prose is smartly animated by the delightful watercolor drawings of Diane Goode. Together they tell the story of sibling rivalry that is both insightful and clever with surprising results. Two "sucked" thumbs up!!! " said.

" Ninja Baby by David Zeltser is a wonderful little tale of Nina. From the moment she was born she liked to do things on her own and was called a Ninja baby. When her parents bring home a baby brother Nina learns that she is not the only Ninja baby in the home and indeed must learn from the new Kung Fu Master. The illustrations and story are perfect for any parent. I would suggest this story to anyone with a second little bundle of joy on the way. " said.

" Right from the start, Nina shows that she is a true ninja baby. She obliterates her applesauce; she stealthily conceals herself at bathtime. But everything changes when her parents bring home a new baby, who is a master at controlling his parents as a Kung Fu Master. At first Nina “flips out” with jealousy, but soon she starts to learn from him the ways of “baby-style Kung Fu.” Readers will especially enjoy the twist at the end, as Nina and her brother join forces. " said.

" Nina the Ninja fights and sneaks her way through the world, winning every battle. Her understanding parents are gracious enough to get her a throwing-star mobile and allow her to express her extreme individuality. But when the Master comes along, Nina strives to first learn his secrets, then follow his teachings. Gaining a new younger sibling can feel like a hostile invasion, until you learn to befriend your enemy. " said.

"Since the day she was born Nina has been an independent spirit. After all, she is a ninja baby. Then one day a new little brother arrives and Nina decides that he is a true Kung Fu Master able to command her parents without a word, he even gets them to carry him everywhere. And for the first time Nina feels all alone. But is she? As she studies the baby's ways he studies hers and soon both are stealthy and a handful for their parents. Will they be too much together or are their parents up to the challenge? A fun new way of looking at a new baby being introduced into the family." said.

"This book was adorable. SO adorable.

The use of different martial arts styles for personality types is hysterical. The fact that the ninja's independence and the zen master's passivity are shown as both having their merits, with neither being the "right" way for a child to be. The adorable illustrations (seriously, there were a couple times I couldn't see Ninja Nina until I did a double take!). It all just rolls together to form a super cute book about being a family and finding out who you want to be.
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" This book started off with a cute concept - a ninja baby. But then it turned into a book about jealousy over a new baby. Nina, the older sibling, is the ninja baby, and the new baby brother is a Kung Fu Master. He comes along and steals all of the attention. There is a weird exchange that magically resolves everything - I didn't get it, and suddenly the Ninja and Master are working together. It didn't work for me.Ages 4-8 " said.

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