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by Nadeem Zaidi,Julie Aigner-Clark

eBook Baby Einstein: Rain-forest Discoveries download ISBN: 0786851317
Author: Nadeem Zaidi,Julie Aigner-Clark
Publisher: Disney Press (September 1, 2004)
Language: English
ePub: 1478 kb
Fb2: 1632 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: lrf mobi rtf mbr
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Baby Einstein: Rain-forest Discoveries Board book – September 2, 2004. Julie Aigner-Clark founded The Baby Einstein Company in 1997

Baby Einstein: Rain-forest Discoveries Board book – September 2, 2004. by. Julie Aigner-Clark (Author). Julie Aigner-Clark founded The Baby Einstein Company in 1997. Her goal was to provide fun, interactive ways to expose her own babies to the arts and humanities, subjects that were important to her as a former English teacher. Rainforest animals that would never be found together in the wild because they are from completely different parts of the world are pictured peacefully coexisting. This is the only Baby Einstein book we own, and I sure hope the others are way better than this one. Love their CDs, but this book is horrible.

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book by Julie Aigner-Clark. Pack up baby for a wildlife adventure in the ooey-gooey, steamy, sticky rain-forest with this delightful touch-and-feel book. Rain-Forest Discoveries. Select Format: Board book. Numeros a tu alrededor/ Neighborhood Numbers (Baby Einstein).

Julie Aigner-Clark, founder, is the full-time mother of two little girls and is also a former teacher. She conceived the idea for the Baby Einstein Company out of a desire to provide baby-friendly exposure to music, art, and poetry for her own children. Age Range: 1 - 2 years. Grade Level: Preschool and up. Series: Baby Einstein.

This very colorful board book gives the toddler clues to guess the animal. It has a lift - up flap that revels the answer. by Cynthia Stierle, Nadeem Zaidi, Julie Aigner-Clark.

Rain-forest Discoveries book.

Julie Aigner-Clark, founder, is the full-time mother of two little girls and is also a former teacher

Julie Aigner-Clark, founder, is the full-time mother of two little girls and is also a former teacher.

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Pack up baby for a wildlife adventure in the ooey-gooey, steamy, sticky rain-forest with this delightful touch-and-feel book. Engaging illustrations, stunning real-life photos and repetitive text are used to introduce children to the incredible world of animals and plants that inhabit the rain-forest. Unique and fun touch and feel elements are included to invite children to explore the amazing world of the rain-forest with their fingers.
Comments: (6)
Doomredeemer
I bought this because I was very impressed with Baby Einstein's Baby McDonald on the Farm big board book. Rainforest Discoveries has just as many bright colors to stimulate my boys' attention. I would recommend it.
tref
My son received this book as a gift for his first birthday. I thought he'd like the touch and feel aspect, but it doesn't hold his interest, which is fine by me because I cringe every time I read it.

"Rainforest" is not a hyphenated word.

Every page beings "In the ooey gooey rain forest..." Ooey gooey?? Do we want our kids to think rainforests are gross?

The page on amphibians mentions a tree frog with suction pad toes, but none are pictured.

The page about birds talks about the hummingbird's two eggs, but three eggs are pictured.

The "insect" page talks about spiders.

Rainforest animals that would never be found together in the wild because they are from completely different parts of the world are pictured peacefully coexisting.

This is the only Baby Einstein book we own, and I sure hope the others are way better than this one. Love their CDs, but this book is horrible.
greatest
I can't believe I'm about to give a negative review to a Baby Einstein product, considering the fact that we own every dvd and probably 20 books in the series. I've been completely impressed with it all until now. This book is, like all others, visually stimulating and verbally interesting but the mistakes bother me so much that I really dislike reading it to my son. On the third page, Jane spies a tree frog with suction pad toes but I can't spy it anywhere. It's not there. Instead, there is some sort of touch and feel plant that I'll never know the name of because it's not mentioned. On page four, "hummingbird's two eggs" are mentioned but there are three eggs in her nest. The last complaint is a little picky but I'll still mention it. On the last page, Jane spies insects but then includes spiders, which are arachnids. I would have been happier if Jane spied bugs instead. All in all, I wish I would have skipped this one. There are many other in the Baby Einstein series that are perfectly lovely without mistakes.
Vetibert
My 18 month old daughter received this book for Christmas, and she loves to look at the pictures and feel the animals and plants. Unfortunately, only 4 days after receiving it, the feathers on the bird are coming off, and the anteater's sticky tongue is covered in the monkey's hair. Also, the text is a written in a way that does not interest my daughter. It is a little more complicated to follow than most of her books. I usually ad-lib on some pages. Overall, I would recommend the book. It is fun to look at and the tactile aspect is fun for little ones.
Ffan
I LOVE Baby Einstein and I have been extremely happy with almost all of the DVD's, Books, CD's and Discovery Cards but this book was incredibly disappointing. The text is impossible to read smoothly. It's very choppy as if someone missed their deadline and wrote it 5 minutes before it went to print. My daughter LOVES books and being raised on Baby Einstein, she definitely has a special fondness for their characters but she has no interest in this book. The photos are vibrant and that I like a lot but it just wasn't worth buying. On the other hand, I highly recommend the Baby McDonald board book and Violet's House. Both have been memorized by our entire family and my daughter will sit still and read them over and over again.
Felhann
Excellent product. My grandchildren love it!