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What Does Baby Want? (GB EVEIL) Board book – June 16, 2017
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"Completely developmentally appropriate and fits with the pro-breast-feeding message most doctors advocate. All-around brilliant."—Kirkus STARRED Review
"Daughter loved it, giggling and very happy. Then read it again. And again!" —Hollie McNish, acclaimed British poet, author
"Tupera's board book is the kind of surprising, canny offering that makes you wonder how no one else did it first... Very well done, and something you don't see every day. Unless you do."—Booklist
"What Does Baby Want is a large, round board book for the breastfeeding mother that hits the nail on the head - er, the nipple on the boob - for what babies actually want... celebrate[s] nursing with a straightforward, simple, and beautifully illustrated tribute to breastfeeding... Normalizing the breast in baby books is a huge leap forward for that segment of the publishing world." —Baby Center
"My favorite book of the year: What Does Baby Want?... Because for many older siblings, this... is a daily reality. One they've undoubtedly never seen replicated in their literature before."—Betsy Bird @FuseEight
"What an honest and breastfeeding-positive message!"—5 Minutes for Mom
"You'll notice a distinctive difference about new board book What Does Baby Want? by Japanese design duo Tupera Tupera, which tells the story of a hungry baby and his breastfeeding mother. Perfect for reading aloud to nursing babies and their older siblings."—Baby London
"At a time when breastfeeding in public can still court reproach, this is a joyful, cheeky, and candid expression of one of the most elemental ways that mothers nurture their children."—Publishers Weekly STARRED Review
"An utterly fantastic little board book with an innovative 'round' design that plopped into our review pile, making us both giggle and 'awww' at the same time. A really lovely 'first book' for a new baby, as mums and dads settle into a routine and (hopefully) make reading aloud to their little ones a part of that too." —Read It Daddy
"Entertaining ... a light hearted and extremely funny story about breast feeding. Highly appealing and playful... A great little gift for baby showers!" —South Wales Evening Post
"Cut in an unusual circular shape, it tells the story of an unhappy baby and a mama trying to find out what he wants. Brilliantly illustrated, the book features a spread of a pair of boobs, which my children found hilarious, but it's so nice to see breastfeeding normalised in a baby book! It also has close-ups of the baby's face that babies will be instantly drawn to. A sweet gift for a new nursing mama and her little one." —BambinoGoodies.co.uk
About the Author
Tupera Tupera is the award-winning Tokyo-based husband-and-wife design team of artists Tatsuya Kameyama and Atsuko Nakagawa. In addition to producing humorous, colourful, and highly original picture books and illustrations, they spread their talents across a wide variety of creative fields, including crafts, workshops, set design, animation, merchandise, and children's television. They have published over thirty children's books in Japan. This is their fifth book in English.
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We used this book for our 3 year old son to understand what Mommy was doing when she was feeding our newborn. I think it's good to teach young boys (and girls) that breastfeeding is a normal and healthy activity. I have no evidence to support this, but hopefully this is a positive step towards teaching our son to respect women and not see boobs as objects.
Update: baby is now 10 months and still loves this book. If I pull it out he squeals with delight. He smiles and laughs at it. I find him looking at it by himself. He gets it and can totally relate to it, being upset and comforted by breastfeeding. He understands the images of the babies emotions. There should be more breastfeeding in baby books. Visitors think its funny.
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Would also be a cute gift for new parents of a breastfed baby.