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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
No, No, No! by Justine Avery will have parents both relating to and laughing at each of the naughty activities this baby gets up to. From making a mess at dinner time to cutting up things they shouldn't, this naughty baby learns what they should do instead. This book is hilarious for parents and cute for babies and toddlers, so the question is, how many of these behaviours can you relate to? Find out in this precious book by the award-winning author, Justine Avery.
No, No, No! is one of the cutest books I've ever read. I was first attracted to the book's front cover because the illustrations caught my attention; Naday Meldova has created beautiful artwork. The dialogue is simple and repeats the phrases "No, No, No" and "Okay, Okay. Yes, you may," to show the naughty behaviour against the acceptable behaviour, which I found to be quite funny because no matter how frustrated your child's behaviour makes you, you can't help but laugh also.
No, No, No! is bright and colourful, making it stand out to young readers. However light-hearted this book may be, I feel there is a deeper meaning behind it; that being how the bond between mother and baby is unbreakable, no matter how stressful bringing up a child can be at times. Justine Avery and Naday Meldova make a great team and have created funny and such fitting content for their targeted audience. I hope to see more collaborations from them both in the future.