First 100 Words From the 60s (Highchair U)
Written By: Sara Miller, Heather Burns
$10.99
Throw on your bell bottoms and your tie-dye shirt and take your baby on a stroller ride back in time to share the most iconic tv shows, toys, music, films, and fashion of the 60s! Forget apple, ball, and cat. Your little one is ready for the skinny on 60s words like the Adams Family, Beatles, and Chatty Cathy!

Featuring 100 of the grooviest words and phrases from the 60s, bright and playful illustrations, and 5 pop culture categories that are far out!

POP CULTURE BONDING: Parents, grandparents, and groovy aunts and uncles can introduce young readers to their favorite decade

ENGAGING ILLUSTRATIONS: From flower power and banana bikes to mini skirts and go-go boots, 60s pop culture favorites are depicted in colorful illustrations that reinforce vocabulary building.

STURDY BOARD BOOK: Will stand up to repeated readings and curious hands and mouths

GREAT GIFT: Be the grooviest gift giver in the room at baby showers, gender reveals, and birthday parties
This item is a pre-order, and will ship after 8/30/2022. You will be notified when the item ships. Shipping dates are subject to change, and you will be notified via email if your order will be delayed.
Format: Hardbound
Publication Date: 8/30/2022
ISBN: 9781647225971
Pages: 20
Trim Size: 8 x 8

  • About the Author 
  • Press
Sara Miller, Author: Sara Miller knows a lot of words... and she's not afraid to use them. She's written more than 99 books for children published by Disney Press, Scholastic, Random House, Cottage Door Press, Reader's Digest Children's Books, and others. Sara lives with her family in a cute little beach town in Connecticut.

Heather Burns, Illustrator: Heather Burns is an illustrator from a small town in the center of the UK called Uttoxeter where she lives with her lazy Labrador, Meadow. After studying illustration at the University of Lincoln, she now spends her days creating artwork all kinds of weird and wonderful projects. When she’s not illustrating she’s most likely keeping busy with Auntie duties by entertaining her niece and nephew with lots of cuddles and games.

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