Baby, Come Away

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Baby, Come Away

Baby Come Away Readers come away Join in as baby sips tea with a bird in a tip top tree floats with a cat in a milk white sea and dances with a fish to a deep sea band only to return at the end of the day to Mam

  • Title: Baby, Come Away
  • Author: Victoria Adler
  • ISBN: 9780374304805
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Readers, come away Join in as baby sips tea with a bird in a tip top tree, floats with a cat in a milk white sea, and dances with a fish to a deep sea band, only to return at the end of the day to Mama s waiting arms With enchanting, vibrant illustrations and lyrical verse that begs to be read aloud, this book is a love song from all of us who delight in our babies and wReaders, come away Join in as baby sips tea with a bird in a tip top tree, floats with a cat in a milk white sea, and dances with a fish to a deep sea band, only to return at the end of the day to Mama s waiting arms With enchanting, vibrant illustrations and lyrical verse that begs to be read aloud, this book is a love song from all of us who delight in our babies and want to give them the world.

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    One thought on “Baby, Come Away

    1. The Brothers on said:

      Some different animals (cats, dogs, birds, fish) try to convince the baby to come with them to play in their world.Illustrations are sweet and pastel.

    2. Robert Beveridge on said:

      Victoria Adler, Baby, Come Away (Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, 2011)I really didn't think this one was going to be a hit at all, if not with baby, then with me—Adler's attention to the niceties of rhythm and rhyme, on the surface, is shall we say a bit lacking. But the bean was enchanted by David Walker's wonderful illustrations (and I was as well), so we kept at it, and eventually I uncovered what's going on here. Adler actually understands what she's doing in the realm of poetry, and has crea [...]

    3. Ariel Cummins on said:

      I like this book, but I'm a little fuzzy on who it would work best for. Various animals lure baby away for adventure (!), but mom is sure to put him to bed at the end of the day. Gentle, sweet illustrations make sure the luring-away part is a fun adventure and not creepy or scary. Animals in particular look friendly and approachable.This book is actually pretty long, with a few sentences on each page. I think that, lenghtwise, it would work pretty well with toddlers, but I worry you might get a [...]

    4. Amanda on said:

      When I was first reading this, I instantly felt the story was written like a song and I sang the complete story. Once I was finished, I read on the back of the book that it is a love song about mothers singing to their babies. I really enjoyed reading this story and the illustrations were colorful and fun. I could use this book when giving the assignment to make up a song with pictures.

    5. Tiff on said:

      What a lovely book. Sweet and nice and everything in between. Adler's poetic phrases of how baby flies up high, or how baby dwells in a shell like a queen and a king Adorned by such fantastic illustrations it is breathtaking to flip through the pages. In love with this book, a great one to tuck away the little ones.

    6. Beth on said:

      I loved the rhythm and rhyme in this book and the pictures are sweet. This is low on the silliness scale (which is usually what my kids gravitate towards!), but my four-year-old still asked for it a couple of times, and I think it will be perfect for fourteen-month-old when he can sit for just a tiny bit longer. This has definite potential as a favorite bedtime story.

    7. Mallory Hall on said:

      Is it really a spoiler when the book is only a few pages long? But just in case I think my favorite part of this book are the silly illustrations where the baby is acting like the animal that she is with. Specifically I like when she is eating the worm with the bird and chewing the bone with the dog. I think it is a good use of humor for a young children's book.

    8. Mary on said:

      A cute picture book in which different animals lure baby away from the bedroom for some fun play. Baby does return to Mom at the end of the day. Pair with puppets of the animals for a baby or toddler storytime. Great for one on one sharing with toddlers also.

    9. s e n t i m e n t a l i t i e s olittlebear on said:

      The illustrations are the best part of this book. They're colourful and full of adorable animals to spot. There is rhyming and repetition. The story line is sweet with baby coming back to his mother at the end. A beautiful, relaxed story.

    10. Q on said:

      This is a simple poetic bedtime story with plenty of picture to captivate children. It could also go well with an animal themed storytime.

    11. India on said:

      Love this little book. Pretty, big, pictures. We found this one at the library. Discovering the whole new world of children's books!

    12. Michael on said:

      A fun little book where the animals want the baby to play with them doing the things particular animals like to do. Baby goes on wild adventures with no adult supervision.

    13. Paula on said:

      A little long for story time but a great book for the little ones. A little boy is joining his animal friends in their routines.

    14. Marianne on said:

      Sweet story for toddlers. Lots of rhyming words and action words for the children to follow and imitate.

    15. Kate on said:

      The meter of the rhymes is inconsistent, which makes it difficult/annoying to read. It would be a cute story otherwise.

    16. Tara Gill on said:

      My son adores this book and asked me if I put it on . He is almost 4.

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