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An introduction to the world of Dr. Seuss—for babies and babies-to-be!
Artfully adapted almost entirely from Ted Geisel’s work, this introduction to the world of Dr. Seuss is a will have to for expectant parents and new babies! In simple rhymed verse, writer Tish Rabe extolls the joys awaiting newborns when they meet the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Yertle the Turtle, the Great Birthday Bird, the Grinch, and twenty-five other beloved Seuss characters. Written to be read aloud to babies and babies-to-be (yes, babies in utero!), the book includes a brief introduction by Mrs. Dr. Seuss—Audrey Geisel—revealing how she and Ted were fascinated by the concept babies could hear sounds whilst still in the womb—and might in fact respond to the voices of their parents. A perfect gift for baby showers and newborns, Oh, Baby, the Places You can Go! is the ideal way to nurture a love of reading and Dr. Seuss in the very youngest children!
A charming gift for expectant parents, Oh Baby, the Places You can Go is designed to be an in utero introduction to the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss. Adapted from his works, and touching on them all from Horton to Who-ville, writer Tish Rabe has maintained Seuss’s style perfectly. Your baby is the unnamed star of the book, and reading instantly to your tummy becomes easy with lines like “the words I am saying you hear in your heart, and know that I wish you the perfect start.” Filled with the good doctor’s whimsical illustrations, You can find your whole favorite characters, with a short rhyme that mentions each and every one–and just enough direct quotations to get those infants stimulated when you read Seuss’s whole books to them at a later date. –Jill Lightner