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We really enjoy and recommend the Baby loves series. However, the more recent ones, including this book about sight seem to target slightly older kids than the earlier books. Even though she is only 8 months, our little one enjoys when we read longer books to her as long as it is simple enough (e.g. rhymes, rhythm, repetitive, easy language, interesting sounds/funny voices) - she likes when we read from the baby loves series Coding, Thermodynamics and a couple others. But when we read this (or from the other baby loves the senses), she starts slapping the book away after not even half the book.
I think with these more difficult concepts in the newer books of the series and more complex language, they should have developed a sub-series called toddler loves or something like that to indicate that it addresses slightly older kids. I kept the book since I'm sure there will come a time when she likes it but that is probably years away. I actually think, the age this book targets, might even only be once they outgrow board books. Because of this, only the 4 stars.
The book itself is very nicely done and informative, with very cute illustrations, including how the eye works/eye anatomy. So I would recommend it but maybe only after you see that the earlier baby loves books seem to be too simple for your little one.