“Baby's very first black and white books” at Usborne Children’s BooksThe first item I bought for my little one was a book. That should surprise absolutely no one reading this. Because I work at a used bookstore, almost every week of my pregnancy resulted in more and more books brought home. Is Marian interested in these books? Not in the least. In fact, she often sleeps right through story time. So ungrateful, and not even a teenager yet.
Baby's very first black and white little library
Black and White Board Books: An Essential for a Newborn’s Library
Look, Look. Look for other books by this author, too. Research has repeatedly demonstrated that infants prefer black and white geometric shapes rather than images containing a myriad of color! Baby Says Board Book!
Rating details. High contrast black and white books are the best books for your littlest babenot to mention ideal for their developing brains and eyes. There is even a surprise ending. Everly likes this book?
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A must have for infants and toddlers. Add to Wishlist. I must admit that I was probably a little bit delusional about the impact it would have on a brand new baby when I packed it in my hospital bag but Leo did seem to casually gaze at the bold contrasting images even at such a young age. Hoban has filled this book with pictures that are no more than darkened profiles of the objects they represent, a batch of cooki. Immortality has been Reeth Caldason's curse.
What are some good books for babies and newborns, you ask? Since research shows that babies are stimulated by high contrast images, I highly recommend you invest in some black and white board books. Bold black, white and red graphics are much more likely to engage your infant than soft pastels and beautiful watercolor illustrations. What is a board book, you ask? A board book is a book made from heavy cardboard. Board books are very durable and can stand up to a lot of abuse from little hands. In addition, many board boards can easily be wiped clean after baby has drooled all over them.