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Early Learning
  • Author:
    Begin Smart Books
  • ISBN:
    1934618187
  • ISBN13:
    978-1934618189
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  • Publisher:
    Begin Smart (June 3, 2008)
  • Subcategory:
    Early Learning
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  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    947
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Look at Me is a combination of book and masks all in one. Handles at the volume's edges make it easy for parents to hold up to their . Begin Smart Books Staff. Illustrated by. Elliot Kreloff.

The text simply says, Look at me while introducing the animal and the sound it makes. Babies and toddlers will love roaring like a lion, oinking like a pig, or grrrr-ing like a bear. Begin Smart LLC. ISBN-10.

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Start by marking Begin Smart™ Look at Me! as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The text simply says, Look at me! while introducing the animal and the sound it makes. Babies and toddlers will love roaring like a lion, Look at Me is a combination of book and masks all in one.

Board book: 10 pages. Publisher: Begin Smart (June 3, 2008). I received this book as a gift and am so glad I did. My 9 month old LOVES this book. When we sit down to read, it is either this one or Who Am I? (same concept) that was read the most. in this book, it's lion, pig, bear, dog, and monkey.

The text simply says, Look at me! while introducing the animal and the sound it makes.

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This book helps young children identify different animals and the sounds they make. Sterling Children's Books. A combination of book and masks, Look at Me has "handles" so parents can easily hold it up to their own or their child's face.

A set of fifteen colorful cards designed to keep babies interested and engaged.

Look at Me is a combination of book and masks all in one. “Handles” at the volume’s edges make it easy for parents to hold up to their face or their child’s face, while generously sized die-cut eye-holes leave vision unhampered. The text simply says, “Look at me!” while introducing the animal and the sound it makes. Babies and toddlers will love roaring like a lion, oinking like a pig, or grrrr-ing like a bear.

Painwind
I received this book as a gift and am so glad I did. My 9 month old LOVES this book. When we sit down to read, it is either this one or Who Am I? (same concept) that was read the most. He loves hearing me make the animal noises... in this book, it's lion, pig, bear, dog, and monkey. Most of the time we read it with him sitting in my lap, but when I do hold it up to my eyes, he likes trying to poke through the holes. It also makes for a fun game of peek-a-boo... I'll hold up the mommy bear and then move the book down so he can see me... it's so funny to see his expression. He loves hearing all of the animal sounds.... especially when I tickle him with the monkey's ee-ee-ee! This is a fun book for mommy and baby alike and I highly recommend it.
Winawel
I was in two minds whether to give this three or four stars. I think it's a good idea but my 18 month old daughter isn't as wildly amused by it as I had hoped. She seems to prefer just looking through it like any other book than using it as an interactive mask and making all the noises and so on. I'm hoping it might have more appeal as time goes on. I would also add the caveat that a couple of the animal faces - especially the bear - seem a bit on the scary side for a little children's book, especially if Mommy or Daddy is hiding behind it making growling noises.
Bloodfire
This book is great for pretend play, interaction, engaging in play, and also wonderful for eliciting eye contact in children with autism!
Gaiauaco
My seven month-old daughter really enjoyed this book. She loved the animal noises I made while reading it and seeing Mommy behind all of the different faces. It is certainly a book she will be able to "grow into" and use in her own pretend play.
Rleyistr
My 18 month old daughter loves this book! She insists I read it to her multiple times before bed (and anytime she pulls it off her bookshelf)!