This copy of See How I Grow by Angela Wilkes is a HB without a DJ. It was published by DK Publishing in 1994. Condition: Very Good--a few pages show slight handling; most pages show no handling; binding tight; no markings; covers in nice shape.
From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 1-Beginning at four days of age, the photogenic baby is shown at various stages of development; her "thoughts" and commentary are provided along the way. First smiles, rolling over, eating, sitting, crawling, talking, walking, and playing dress up are highlighted. Readers won't know that she's a girl until she's a year old, and she remains unnamed, while her brother Sam is introduced early on. The photography is beautifully done. Each spread generally features one or two large, full-color pictures of the child showing off a skill, bordered on top and bottom by a series of sequential shots of her in action. Her size is depicted by comparison to her basket of toys, which appears on every page. Text is brief, related in language that is more adult than childlike, but it works. This is more appealing than George Ancona's It's a Baby! (Dutton, 1979; o.p.) and will be ideal for parents, grandparents, or teachers to share with soon-to-be first-time siblings, complementing the many books that are written from the older child's point of view.
Denise L. Moll, Lone Pine Elementary School, West Bloomfield, MI
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