Henry Finds His Word

Henry Finds His Word New moms and their babies will love watching Henry say his first wordBaby Henry is under a lot of pressure to say his first word His parents are all excited about what it will be but Henry doesn t se

  • Title: Henry Finds His Word
  • Author: Lindsay Ward
  • ISBN: 9780803739901
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • New moms and their babies will love watching Henry say his first wordBaby Henry is under a lot of pressure to say his first word His parents are all excited about what it will be, but Henry doesn t see what the big deal is He says things all the time like bbbghsh and boop, but no one seems to understand what he means So, Henry decides that he better start searchiNew moms and their babies will love watching Henry say his first wordBaby Henry is under a lot of pressure to say his first word His parents are all excited about what it will be, but Henry doesn t see what the big deal is He says things all the time like bbbghsh and boop, but no one seems to understand what he means So, Henry decides that he better start searching for a word Luckily, just when he needs it most, his first word comes looking for him.This picture book about learning to talk is the perfect gift for new parents and big brothers and sisters Watching Henry hit this developmental milestone is a treat, and new moms will melt when they find out what Henry s first word is.

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    1. Age: Infant-ToddlerFamiliar Experience: First WordHenry knows his parents want him to say his first word but he can't seem to find it anywhere until the time comes when he really needs one. I am so excited to get to read this to my 0-14 month lapsit storytime group!

    2. A sweet story with great illustrations. Baby Henry has yet to speak his first word that someone can understand. His gibberish doesn't seem to get him what he wants so he sets out to find his first word. When he gets himself into a bit of a predicament he finds it.

    3. Henry looks for his first word but cant' find it. Then he gets lost and all the sudden he says Mama. Perfect word.

    4. Henry is a cute little baby boy, happy and playful, having fun at home with his dog, mom and dad. He is full of “bbbghs” and “oohs” and “boops” and thinks he is communicating his needs and wants clearly to his parents until…they start to have trouble understanding what he means. Henry decides he better start searching for that first word to clear the air. He looks in his toybox, under his blanket, and even checks in with the neighborhood animals to get some tips, but he cannot find [...]

    5. Summary: This book is about a young baby boy named Henry. Henry notices his parent's keep making remarks about when he is going to find his first word, which really confused him. He searches everywhere in his room to even his crib to find his word. He couldn't find his word so he decided to ask his friends, by friends he meant animals in the backyard. While asking his friends for help finding his word, he seemed to lose track of where his momma went. He was very scared and cried out, whining for [...]

    6. Summary: Henry is just a little baby, but he talks a lot- well, at least he thinks he does. Henry doesn't know why mama and daddy don't understand him when he clearly says "bababa", which obviously means "bottle". Henry tries time and time again to say his first word, then suddenly something BIG happens. Does Henry finally say his first word, and if he does what is it?Activity: This book is obviously aimed for far younger children, but if it were read to an older audience there is a couple of ac [...]

    7. Ever wondered what goes through a baby's mind as he/she discovers his/her first word? Author/illustrator Lindsay Ward explores that. This is a fun book that will warm your heart. I thought Ward did a wonderful job with the story. In just a few words she managed to capture the innocence, the curiosity, and emotion of a child.I personally enjoyed this book, but am unsure how much children will enjoy this since many readers or listeners have already spoken their first word. Maybe good for those who [...]

    8. This picturebook, rendered in pastel and pencil is a fresh story on a baby's first word. Really, the narrative is the perfect length, crisp-not wordy, and the illustrations extended the text. But--the illustrations. Henry's head is weird throughout the whole book--inconsistent and sometimes bumpy. Ward's illustration of EVERYTHING EXCEPT FOR THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENT OF THE STORY is great. There's just the caveat of, you know, the baby's head.Still worth reading though.

    9. Henry spends the book trying to find his first word in many different places. He wonders what a word actually is and asks his animal friends for help to no avail. It isn’t until he desperately needs to find his word that it finally comes out. Simple pencil illustrations enhance the book's premise. I enjoyed the parts when the words mirror what they mean. Henry is an adorable little baby that babies and toddlers can relate to.

    10. Henry's journey to find his word wasn't really believable or compelling. Maybe "believable" is a hard word to explain, but it was too close to being realistic for me to have to suspend my disbelief as much as I did. It's hard to explain. It just didn't do much for me.

    11. Wonder if my baby storytime group would like this? I liked it but can't quite figure out why I didn't love it.

    12. Henry found his first word, and he wasn’t afraid to use it!Mama! Mama! Mama! Mama! Mama! Mama!julianaleewriter/books-ali

    13. Mama read this to me this morning. I liked the pictures of the baby, but I REALLY liked when he said his first word, because it's one I say a lot so I could "read" along, too!

    14. Cute story of a baby just waiting and searching for what his first word will be.A little tongue in cheek for the adults who read it, but I could see little ones liking the story.

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