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Bernard Wants a Baby

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Published by Boyds Mills Press .
Written in English


  • Fiction,
  • Preschool Picture Story Books,
  • Family - New Baby,
  • Children"s Books/Baby-Preschool,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children: Preschool,
  • General,
  • Family life,
  • Babies,
  • Animals - Elephants,
  • Brothers and sisters,
  • Elephants,
  • Infants

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsDominic Catalano (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8849464M
ISBN 101590780884
ISBN 109781590780886

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Get this from a library! Bernard wants a baby. [Joan E Goodman; Dominic Catalano] -- Bernard the young elephant hopes for a baby brother and gets more than he wished for. The little elephant last seen in another familiar trial (Bernard Goes to School, ) has his life changed once again, this time in a big way. Bernard is anxious for the birth of—he is sure—his brother Max, whom—he is sure—won't spit up or cry. Lo, Mama comes home with a baby brother and twin baby girls. Each and every one cries and spits up and, for goodness sakes, makes . Bernard Set by Joan Goodman (3 Titles: Bernard Wants A Baby, Bernard's Nap, and Bernard's Bath) [Joan Goodman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bernard Set by Joan Goodman. Consists of 3 titles: Bernard Wants A Baby; Bernard's Nap; and Bernard's Bath. (1) Bernard Wants a Baby: Bernard cannot wait for his mother to come home from the hospital . Waiting for his mother to bring his baby brother home seems like an eternity to Bernard. When the big day arrives, Bernard gets more than he wished for — a lot more. Joan Elizabeth Goodman and Dominic Catalano have created the perfect book for any child whose world suddenly changes with the arrival of a new sibling.

  Bernard will not take his bath. So his family tries to make the bath as inviting as possible for the baby elephant. Mama pours in bubble bath, Papa adds a rubber ducky. Grandma offers a toy boat. Still, Bernard says, "No bath." Then Papa has an idea. He dives into the tub to show Bernard that 3/5(1). Well, there are many baby animals who get rides from their moms or dads as this book shows. I love the woodcut illustrations in this book. Some of the minor details about the animals aren't necessarily correct (it doesn't call a baby swan by the right name and it should probably be a daddy penguin instead of a mommy penguin with the baby /5. – Wash your hands and your baby’s hands before meals. – Make sure the baby is properly buckled into the car seat. – Include baby at mealtimes as it is a wonderful social – time for your baby and the whole family. – Whenever you get a chance, take your baby outside. – Don’t smoke or let others smoke around your baby, etc. The Inappropriate Baby Book - by Jennifer Stinson (Mixed media product) $ Only ships with $25 orders. Add for shipping. Meet a Baby Wallaby - (Lightning Bolt Books (R) -- Baby Australian Animals) by Anna Leigh (Hardcover) $ Add for shipping. Melissa & Doug Soft Activity Baby Book - Opposites.

Bernard, an elephant, is cut from the same reluctant mold as Russell Hoban's Frances with her bedtime finaglings and Rosemary Wells's Edward the ever-unready bear (p. ). Bernard's particular reluctance is tied to the bath. Grandmother, mother, and father all tempt Bernard with toys, bubbles, cooing, but ``No bath,'' says the child to every solicitation. As each of the adults .   After decades of preaching, teaching, and counseling, influential Christian leader A.R. Bernard reveals the four qualities women want in a man&#;qualities that contribute to a satisfying and happy a longtime pastor of a /5(5). shocking an egg so that it divides to form up to ninety-six identical embryos, which then develop into ninety-six identical human beings, predestined to perform identical tasks, alphas and betas never undergo this because it weakens embryos. A round book explores what's making Baby upset (hint: the two-page spread of breasts-and-only-breasts that feature the grand finale of this almost pointedly novelty-shaped board book). Sorry but no. A baby doesn't need a book to teach them that they want to nurse and it doesn't normalize breastfeeding as much as exploits it/5.