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Baby Unplugged: Blocks

“Some love sticks, some love rocks. I love to play with blocks!”

A celebration of blocks and their many forms: big, small, alphabet, colorful, plain. Whether stacking or sorting, pondering or playing, fun and invention abound!

From the Baby Unplugged™ series, winner of a Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal and Creative Child Magazine Book of the Year! Celebrating icons of childhood, rooted in how developing brains work. Kids need and learn best through real experiences, real people, and exploring the real world. Technology can wait. Unplug, tune in, and have fun!

 

Reviews:

“These books work on so many levels, with poetry to hear, pictures to talk about, and a powerful message. They give children just the sort of delightful and mind-expanding experiences they need, while leading parents to see the child’s world through a creative and joyful lens. Wonderful medicine for an overly electronic age!” - by Dr. Robert Needlman, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and cofounder, Reach Out and Read

Awards:

Mom's Choice Award

Mom's Choice Award

Creative Child Magazine Book of the Year

Creative Child Magazine
Book of the Year

 

Publication Information

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List Price: $7.99
ISBN: 978-1-936669-13-4
Publication Date: July 2013
Format: Board book
Dimensions: 5.5" x 5.5"
Page Count: 14
Ages: 0-3
Series: Baby Unplugged


About the Author: 

Dr. John S. Hutton is a pediatrician, clinical research fellow, and owner of the award-winning blue manatee children’s bookstore. His research foci are the effect of shared reading on brain development, general early and pediatric health literacy, and the health effects of electronic media on young children, as well as the importance of a solid foundation in words and play. Learn more at www.BabyUnplugged.com

About the Illustrator: 

Andrea Kang is a toy designer and illustrator with degrees in fine art and art education from the Rhode Island School of Design. Learn more at www.andreakang.com