I was blessed by Moms Meet to get National Geographic Kids Hey Baby. A collection of pictures, poems, and stories from Nature’s Nursery. It’s a very uplifting book and not just because of the beautiful animals but the text as well. Our favorite was of course the mini mountain lions get a smelly friend (a skunk of course!) On page 22, 23. We use to have a pet skunk named Stinky.
The really great thing about National Geographic Kids Hey Baby book is the cool educational tidbits on a lot of the pages. It was information that could be easily remembered. I would recommend it to anyone!
About Hey, Baby: A Collection of Pictures, Poems, and Stories from Nature’s Nursery
- Hey, Baby features beautiful photographs, stories, and poems, plus factual information about animals and nature.
- The book is organized by habitat. Each section opens with a poem and ends with a precious photo gallery of “more itty bitty babies” called a Tot Lot. • In between are profiles and pictures of each animal, along with special stories of unusual animal frienships, animal rescue, and global folktales.
- Purchases of National Geographic Kids books supports the exploration, research, and conservation efforts of the National Geographic Society.
- This gorgeous, hardcover book is a great value ($24.99) and the perfect keepsake gift for families, new parents, and moms-to-be.
Where to purchase
Hey, Baby!: A Collection of Pictures, Poems, and Stories from Nature’s Nursery is available to purchase wherever books are sold, including traditional bookstores like Barnes & Noble and Books-a-Million, as well as local independent stores, and mass merchants like Target, Costco, Walmart, amazon.com, and shopng.com/books.
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