Who Says Ho Ho Ho?: A Highlights First Christmas Book (Highlights Baby Mirror Board Books) (Board book)
Babies and toddlers will join in the fun of looking at photographs of adorable babies getting ready for Christmas in this engaging board book, which features an tree shaped mirror where they can see themselves and repeat the words, "Ho, Ho, Ho"!
This jolly board book celebrates the fun of holiday festivities with simple, repetitive say-aloud words and colorful photos of animals and children. Perfect for parents, caregivers, and babies to share together, the book encourages listening and speaking skills and is a wonderful gift or stocking stuffer.
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“This Christmas-themed, developmentally appropriate board book directly engages its audience. . . . Pages are visually spare, keeping young viewers’ attentions on arresting photos of the diverse cast of adorable babies and their animal friends. . . . Clean, simple, and sweet.” —The Horn Book
"Babies love looking at other babies—and during Christmas morning is no different. Who Says Ho Ho Ho? will allow your own curious baby to explore colorful images of other infants as they get ready for Christmas. The words in the book are easy for an older baby to repeat back to you as they follow along." - Taste of Home.com
Nothing can make one feel happier to be forced to shelter in place than contemplating being in Thomas Cromwell’s shoes. The blacksmith’s son who rose to be the most trusted and honored adviser to an increasingly erratic and dangerous Henry VIII was in a situation in which it was impossible to win. In this third volume in the Booker Prize-winning series Henry goes through the last 4 of his 6 wives, while Cromwell tries to help him fend off Scotland, France, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire, while also avoiding the plague, the “sweating sickness,” and scheming noblemen determined to destroy him. Mantel’s writing is lively and modern with frequent sword-thrusts of wit, and she sees into the hearts of the major players who, in history, have often been portrayed as villains. A great read—you’ll be pulled into another world, but one that has parallels to our own. - reviewed by Nikki