Baby Signs Book Review
I won a book called, “Baby Signs” by Kyle Olmon and Jacqueline Rogers and wanted to review it. Now I didn't get it to review but I think it's a cute pop-up book that may interest some of you parents out there.
The book isn't that big, but it is a pop-up with 6 full pages. The pictures are very colorful and they pop right up. Little A loves thumbing through the pages and popping up the pages, especially the baby in the bathtub. But I've also noticed that he tries doing the signs that are shown right off to the sides of the pop up. For example: One child is showing tapping his fingers together to show the “more” sign, another shows a boy rubbing his fists up and down his body for “bath.” Those two examples are Little A's favorites and yes he does use them.
It doesn't matter if your child is deaf or you just want to teach them a few sign words to give them a bit of communication with you. It teaches a few signs, gets the toddlers to look at the baby to see what will happen next. For us, the only issue we had were the tabs are a bit tough to pull down. But we figure after it has been used a bit they'll loosen up.
The book is available at Amazon.com for $13.59 right now. This would make a great stocking stuffer, birthday gift or baby shower gift.