Have you ever wondered what would happen if babies went to school? Children’s author, Barbara Lock, helps encourage critical thinking and inductive reasoning in this adorable and delightful new book titled, If Babies went to School.
Brian and Amanda try to figure out what it would be like if their baby brother, Luke, went to school. What would he and the other babies do at school? How would they get there? Could they share? What kind of games would they play?
As they talk about what the babies would and wouldn’t do, they discover what it would be like if babies went to school, and many ways in which they could help.
This is a great book. It’s funny, it gets kids thinking, and the illustrations are adorable, and many times, hilarious. Lock did a superb job of putting together a story that will educate and entertain. I certainly found myself laughing more than once while reading it. A spelling list of words from the book is including on the last page.
Geared toward readers ages 4 to 8, If Babies went to School, is a book your young reader will pick up often.
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