The book succeeds in capturing all of the silly, messy, but always lovable moments in parenting
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Alpharetta, Ga. (PRWEB) February 2, 2009
There is a new Baby in town and she is the star of the newly released board book Dear Baby, What I Love About You! Sweet rhymes and playful pictures set in eye-catching tropical colors create a warm and funny love letter about why we find babies so irresistible.
Dear Baby, What I Love About You is the first in a series of eight glossy 4-color board books for infants and toddlers from boutique press DearBaby Books. Book two in the series will be released in Summer, 2009. Each of the books in the series features a unique Baby Yearbook page that can be signed by frequent readers of the book, capturing precious memories. Dear Baby, What I Love About You retails for $6.99, and is available for purchase at http://www.storkavenue.com/.
"The book succeeds in capturing all of the silly, messy, but always lovable moments in parenting," said Michael Jung, Children's Books Feature Writer with Suite101.com.
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"We believe how an adult connects to a children's book can greatly affect the connection he or she makes to a child and can influence whether the child views reading as an enjoyable activity," said DearBaby Books author Carol Casey. "Our books have fun rhymes and warm, classic images set in tropical colors. We use familiar figures and ordinary items to make the books comforting and word-building to babies and toddlers."
The newly launched book marks the debut of the Atlanta-area author and illustrator team of Carol Casey and Jason Oransky. Ms. Casey began her writing career in Chicago radio and has more than 15 years of experience working with not-for-profit organizations in the areas of event planning and media while Mr. Oransky is a lead graphic artist with children's clothing giant, Carter, Inc. For additional information, headshots, or high-resolution images of the book, please visit http://www.dearbabybooks.com/news.htm or contact Carol Casey at 678-232-6145.