What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby? (2020)

What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby? Cressida Cowell Ingrid Godon What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby Well meaning animal friends try their best to quiet a crying baby the new board book edition of this warm and humorous favorite Baby won t stop crying What shall we do with the boo hoo baby This simpl
  • Title: What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby?
  • Author: Cressida Cowell Ingrid Godon
  • ISBN: 9780439442664
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Board Book
What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby? Cressida Cowell Ingrid Godon Well meaning animal friends try their best to quiet a crying baby the new board book edition of this warm and humorous favorite.Baby won t stop crying What shall we do with the boo hoo baby This simple question, posed by Baby s animal friends is one that any new parent or sibling will understand Baby s friends try everything, but the tears just keep coming.until thWell meaning animal friends try their best to quiet a crying baby the new board book edition of this warm and humorous favorite.Baby won t stop crying What shall we do with the boo hoo baby This simple question, posed by Baby s animal friends is one that any new parent or sibling will understand Baby s friends try everything, but the tears just keep coming.until they realize that what Baby REALLY needs is a nice nap Baby s loving animal friends will reassure families everywhere that there s often no single answer no one answer to the question, What shall we do with the boo hoo baby
What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby? Cressida Cowell Ingrid Godon

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One thought on “What Shall We Do with the Boo Hoo Baby?

  1. Vicki

    The baby isn t happy and the cow, duck, cat dog try to figure out what will make it stop crying.Several repetitive rhymes, make this a fun read aloud to a young group Also making animal sounds is a fun activity for a group as the story is read.The illustrations are very child friendly.

  2. Henna

    A lovely book written in both Chinese and English The baby cannot stop crying, cat dog, cow and duck try every way possible to comfort poor baby, what happens at the end A great book to read for a PSHE session during circle time caring for others

  3. Jesse

    The animals are taking turns trying to figure out how to soothe the crying baby Sweet, with an extra cute ending.

  4. Heidi-Marie

    I thought I had read this before, but when I read it again I realized I had not Really cute pictures and a great ending Fun to see the animals trying to help the baby A perfect lap read with a young un who can read along with you and make the animal baby sounds over and over Not sure how often the adult could read over and over I could see a child who loves this being able to read it by themselves after a few times with an adult.Could be a good toddler storytime read if there were a larger copy. [...]

  5. Stacey

    The version that i reads was actually and EAL book with Tamil translations which is why i decided to write a book review The book has large simple pictures with short sentences that relate to the pictures If a child struggles with reading this book they would be able to interpret the story by the pictures alone This is a sweet book about a dog, cat, cow and duck who find a crying baby and show they go about trying to cheer the baby up They try feeding it, bathing it as well as other things until [...]

  6. Sherry

    Love this Book So clever So cute Perfect for a preschooler with a new baby in the house Babies would like it too as would an early elementary beginning reader So precious The animals try to soothe a crying baby The dedication in the book says To Perplexed Parents Everywhere Read it for yourself read it to your baby I have the paperback version but I see that have it in boardbook form this would be great as long as they don t summarize the story or cut out the darling illustrations to make it a b [...]

  7. Renate

    This is a great book for making animal sounds and crying baby sounds For some reason, a group of animals including a cow, dog and duck are responsible for taking care of a crying baby They try everything until they finally figure out the baby wants to go to sleep The words repeat and are large and easy to point to Pointing to the animal sounds while saying the words will help with phonological awareness.

  8. Jack Kirby and the X-man

    Basically the only good feature is that it is published in a HUGE number of languages 21 In the Spanish English version I read I found it difficult to distinguish between the English and the Spanish the text begins and ends all over the page.The story itself has lots of onomatopoeia it s interesting to see that dogs say Guau, guau in Spanish but other than that the animal sounds don t add much to the story.The illustrations on the other hand are pretty fun

  9. Savannah

    The baby said, Boo Hoo Hoo So the cow, cat, dog, and duck ask, What shall we do with the Boo hoo Baby Dog suggests Feed him while the animals say meow, bow wow, quack, and moo then the Boo hoo Baby says, Boo hoo again Cat suggests Bathe himCow suggests Play with himDuck suggests Put him to bedBaby says, ZZZZZZZZZZ then the baby wakes up happy and all the animals are sleeping in a pile.

  10. Library Quine

    Various animals try to calm the baby in nice repetitive text There is lots of opportunity for a young audience to join in with their animal noises The animals try a number of activities feeding, bathing, playing to quieter the baby All work for a time, but then the Boo hoo hoo starts again Finally they find the solution I found the layout of the text a little confusing at times, and would prefer a version in one language just so that the text is easier to read.

  11. Kathleen

    Kid 1 LOVED this book, her daddy read it to her regularly when they were home together for the summer starting at age 4 months It made such an impact, that we could be in the car, she start crying and we would recite the book to her and she would calm down to listen Fast Forward three years and now it is kid 2 s favorite book She crawls over to her book shelf every night to grab it for her bedtime story age 11 months Some nights Kid 1 will read it to her Love

  12. Kelsi Watts

    I came across this book at my cousin s while reading to her young children It s a pretty good book to be used when someone is throwing a tantrum I would use it in a pre k classroom It helps calm down the child upset and crying but also gives the caregiver or teacher time to settle down as well Overall it s a great quick read to slow down everyone s pace and get back into the swing of things for the remainder of the day.

  13. Cheryl

    Very short Cute enough animals and ending Realistic story arc But muddy colors that make the book look old, faded, and worn make it unappealing to me And, really, I d have liked just a little , either in the text to read, or in the pictures to talk about 2.5 stars, rounded down because I had higher hopes and was disappointed.

  14. Helen Kumpel

    I need to expand my ELL list to than just Spanish bilingual books This book is a way to incorporate a scenario a new baby that most of the children would be familiar with This book incorporates the Chinese language along with English as they tell of animals trying to make the crying baby happy.

  15. Katie Fitzgerald

    Read at Baby Toddler Story Time on 5 8 12 storytimesecrets Read at Drop In Story Time on 8 31 12 storytimesecrets Read at Toddler Lap Time on 8 23 13 storytimesecrets

  16. Melissa

    My kids loved this one My 2 year old could read it after a couple times of hearing it The pattern of all the animals making their animals sounds makes it great for little ones to read on their own.

  17. Edna

    This is a major cuteness book with animals trying to soothe a crying baby each in their own way and collectively The animals are those we use to first introduce to the animal world along with the gentle chalk like illustrations, the book has a visual feel of softness that is extremely appealing.

  18. Kara

    This one s great Very short and sweet, perfect for babies Introduces animals and their sounds, while giving a simple cute story where the animals try to stop the baby from crying I wish there were of these, but sadly there is not.

  19. Gail

    There are so many animal sounds books out there with pictures I like This might be better for an older child with a baby sibling, because the book is about animals trying to calm down a crying baby.

  20. Anaeka

    This is one of those which bored me to death but one which A enjoyed everyday at bedtime while we had it She loved the boo hoo baby It s a very simple book with four lines that repeat with trials to calm the boo hoo baby.

  21. Libby

    My son really likes this because of all the animal noises, and I think the pictures and story are really cute I think repetition is probably a good thing for my 1 year old, and there is a lot in this book I could see this being a good first reader book too, because of the repetition.

  22. Keegan

    Borrowed from library Cute story with repetition I admit I was curious to see what the solution would be At first my son 13 mos wasn t that interested in it, but now it s one that he ll hand to me and sit all the way through, so I guess it grew on him.

  23. Michal Hope

    I didn t realize Cressida Cowell had a picture book, or board book This is a cute book and it reinforces animal sounds.

  24. Maren Prestegaard

    the illustrations are better than the book according to mom again with the animal sounds funny ending though with the baby still awake.

  25. Rob

    Good portrayal of inter species collaboration and problem solving with an accurate depiction of what happens when you put Boo hoo Babies everywhere to bed.

  26. Kaylie Rahe

    This book is great for beginning readers It connects words with pictures and animal sounds I would highly recommend this book for the 1st grade classroom.

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