Baby Einstein: What FloatsDisney Press. 2003
What Floats? is a vinyl bath book that explores the concept of flotation using fun and whimsy. Simple verse and delightful illustrations of what objects float in the water introduce babies and toddlers to the world of science in a fun and accessible way.
Baby Einstein: Animal HomesDisney Press. 2006
This charming board bookintroduces young children to different types of animals and the places theylive in a fun and interactive way. The unique format, combining delightful illustrations with dramaticclose up photographs, is sure to engage youngsters as they explore eachanimal’s home.
Baby Einstein: Touch and Feel Baby AnimalsDisney Press. 2008
Take your baby on asensory tour of the world of baby animals in this charming new board book. Babies will be introduced to the animals that are just like them—babies! Through stunning real-life photos that feature touch and feel panels. Babies will love to touch a puppy’s soft ears or the slippery skin of a dolphin. Baby Einstein Books is an imprint of developmentally appropriate, interactive books designed to introduce children ages 0-3 to classic poetry, art, and foreign languages in a fun...
Baby Einstein: Baby MacDonald on the FarmDisney Press. 2004
Is there anything more memorable than the expression on a young child's face the first time he or she visits the farm? That sense of wonder and amazement is captured in Baby MacDonald on the Farm. Each page invites children to learn all about farm animals through engaging text, delightful illustrations, and real-life photos that are accompanied by unique touch-and-feel elements. Baby MacDonald on the Farm is a wonderful learning experience that is certain to engage young children for hours...
Baby Einstein: Great Minds Start LittleDisney Press. 2003
For years, the people at The Baby Einstein Company have worked hard to create award-winning books, videos, and flash cards that expose babies to the greatest forms of human expression-language, poetry, music, nature, and art-in a stimulating and engaging way. What propels these experts to work so hard? They're parents themselves. There are innumerable teachable moments around us at all times-an object as simple as a flower, a mitten, or a cardboard box can fill a tiny child with pleasure and...