Published January 1, 1993
by silhouette .
Written in English
|Series||Silhouette Romance, 8920|
|The Physical Object|
It is a book about a baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Brains that is the smartest baby in the world. He is able to read the newspaper, go to college, and even help with a space mission. This baby is so smart that he can practice medicine and complete other adult tasks under a year old, but something happens in the end of the book that makes the reader 4/5. Get ready for blockbuster sales with these four very special Silhouette romances, together in one fabulous volume! This book contains Maggie Shayne's "Silhouette Intimate Moments: Forgotten Vows", Barbara Boswell's "Silhouette Desire: License to Love", Susan Mallery's "Silhouette Special Edition: Cowboy Daddy" and Marie Ferrarella's "Silhouette Romance: Babies On his4/5(10). Great book for baby mind development assistance. Love suggestion of the games and activities to do with your baby. Would recommend this to parents of curious babies. flag Like see review. Christine Turner rated it liked it/5. New research, however, shows us that certain types of classic baby books might be even better for babies’ brain development. A recent study of month-old infants considered how babies learning was influenced by being read books that had either category labels (e.g., dog, cat, rabbit) versus individual-level labels (e.g., Jack, Pat, Cindy).
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