Item description for The New Baby (Little Critter) (Look-Look) by Mercer Mayer...
Overview The new baby takes some getting used to, but she's worth it.
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.04" Width: 8.01" Height: 0.22" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Mar 7, 2001
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Series Little Critter
ISBN 0307119424 ISBN13 9780307119421 UPC 033500119422
Availability 1085 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 17, 2017 06:02.
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More About Mercer Mayer
Mercer Mayer began writing and illustrating children's books in 1966, and since that time, he has published over 300 titles. Open almost any of the award-winning author/illustrator's books, and out may pop dragons, cuddly monsters, wonderful creatures, and endearing critters. "Most of my books are about things that happened to me when I was a little kid," says Mercer. "Now that I'm a big kid, I write about things that happen now, especially with my own children. They always help remind me of what it was like." Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, Mercer Mayer spent his childhood hunting lizards and snakes in the swamps near his home. During his teenage years, he attended the Honolulu Academy of Arts. He later received additional training at the Art Students League in New York City. Upon completion of his studies, he set out with pen and ink to write and illustrate a collection of children's books, reflecting many of the adventures he experienced as a child. In 2007, Mr. Mayer was commissioned by Laura Bush to create the artwork used for the National Book Festival held on September 29 on the National Mall. He was an honored guest to the event, giving a demonstration and autographing hundreds of books for fans who attended.
Mercer Mayer currently resides in the state of Connecticut. Mercer Mayer was born in 1943.
Mercer Mayer has published or released items in the following series...
Boy, a Dog, and a Frog
Golden Look-Look Book
Golden Look-Look Books
I Can Read Books: My First
I Can Read Books: My First Shared Reading
I Can Read! My First Shared Reading (HarperCollins)
I Can Read!: My First Shared Reading
Little Critter (8x8)
Mercer Mayer's Little Critter (Board Books)
Mercer Mayer's Little Critter (Hardcover)
Mercer Mayer's Little Critter (Paperback)
Mercer Mayer's Little Critter (Pb)
My First I Can Read - Level Pre1 (Quality)
My First I Can Read Little Critter's - Level Pre1 (Hardback)
My First I Can Read Little Critter's - Level Pre1 (Paper)
New Adventures of Mercer Mayer's Little Critter (Paperback)
Reviews - What do customers think about The New Baby (Little Critter) (Look-Look)?
Not the usual Little Critter book May 27, 2008
I bought this book for my 2-year-old before we brought baby #2 home from the hospital. It's a cute book, as all Little Critter books are, but it lacks the substance and creativity in the other books.
Pretty good May 17, 2008
Enjoyed the ideas for how big sibling can interact w/new baby. My 2-yr old wasn't impressed though, and is still too physically rough to do the suggestions, which are more for an infant + big sibling than a newborn + 2 yr old.
great for older siblings Apr 26, 2008
my son is 4 and we recently turned him on to the little critter series. he absolutely adores the whole line and now that we're expecting another baby he's gotten really excited and loves for us to read this book to him.
Just OK Apr 2, 2008
This book is just OK. A little odd and not that well written. Not really valuable in preparing a little one to become an older sib.
Beautiful book, but . . . Feb 6, 2008
My grandson enjoys I'm a Big Brother more than he does this book and My New Baby.
I like the artwork in this book more than what's in the others, but I guess graphical images aren't everything.
Who knows . . . maybe "The New Baby" isn't my grandson's favorite because he thinks his Mom is better looking than the one in this book?