Good Morning Baby Boy

The Early Ed Series Book 3

Children - Picture Book
32 Pages
Reviewed on 03/20/2017
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Author Biography

D. A. Batrowny splits her time between New York State and The DC-Metro area. She has over 25 years of experience working with children and families in the field of nurse home visiting, growth and development, literacy, and early childhood education. She has worked as a home visitor, longitudinal study interviewer, children's non-profit program director and writer. She holds degrees in Nursing and Business Administration. She believes that all children should have the opportunity to reach their highest potential. Her goal is to share this information with the parents of every young child, starting at birth. This belief led to the idea for her first series, The Art of Early Learning Series and The Early Ed Series. They were designed to promote growth and development, pre-literacy skills and fun!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Good Morning Baby Boy (The Early Ed Series Book 3) by D.A. Batrowny is the adorable story of a cute little baby boy’s observations of a day. He hears the birds singing and the sun is shining. The bunnies are hopping and the bees are buzzing around. The baby is happy as he looks about and sees flowers blooming. He is eager to start his day and wants to play. The story encourages a child not only to be aware of their surroundings, but also helps to build their language, communication, and literacy skills through the baby’s day. The use of rhyme and rhythm give the story a lyrical feel that makes it even more appealing to the child reader.

The illustrations are endearing and they beautifully capture the essence of what the author is trying to convey. Children also learn new words and new things through the baby’s observations. Parents will love to read this story out to their kids during daytime and at bedtime as it makes the child look at their surroundings with a different perspective. Classrooms should also use it for read aloud sessions as it guides children to look around them and appreciate the good things that they see. Stories like this bring a sense of warmth and happy feelings to young readers, and also help them change their way of looking at things in their daily lives. The book is uplifting for child readers and will help them kick start their day by appreciating the good things around them.