Oh, Oh, Baby Boy!

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A full color, hardcover children’s book that celebrates engaged fathers and the boys they once were.

Oh, Oh, Baby Boy! is a hardcover children’s book that explores the makings of a super dad by following a baby boy as he grows up to become a member of the growing fatherhood movement. This beautifully illustrated book follows a newborn baby as he grows up, laughs, plays, causes mischief, and makes friends. His father’s involvement is woven throughout the story, and depicted in nontraditional ways. The baby’s father cuddles, bathes, and cooks with his son, and re-enters the story when the baby boy eventually becomes a father himself, bringing the journey full circle.

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A full color, hardcover children’s book that celebrates engaged fathers and the boys they once were.

Oh, Oh, Baby Boy! is a hardcover children’s book that explores the makings of a super dad by following a baby boy as he grows up to become a member of the growing fatherhood movement. This beautifully illustrated book follows a newborn baby as he grows up, laughs, plays, causes mischief, and makes friends. His father’s involvement is woven throughout the story, and depicted in nontraditional ways. The baby’s father cuddles, bathes, and cooks with his son, and re-enters the story when the baby boy eventually becomes a father himself, bringing the journey full circle.

Children’s Hardcover  |  Full color throughout  |  32 pages  |  Ages 2+
Written & Illustrated by Janine Macbeth
Published by Blood Orange Press
ISBN: 978-0-9853514-0-3
Release: June 2013
Distributed to the book trade by AK Press
Retail: $15.95

 

 

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Weight 0.42 lbs
Dimensions 26 x 23 x 0.8 in

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