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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever wondered what your infant child was thinking about their surroundings? Kelly Lambert gives her readers this awesome little book of heartwarming poems that express the world of your little ones. Each poem talks about different things in an infant’s life and what they are thinking. There are poems about Mommy and Daddy, Teddy Bear, Grandparents, Bath Time and Silly Snowflakes, Rocking Chair and Ripples of Rain, My Hands and My First Food. And there are many more poems along with these that give you a warm, happy feeling.
"Sounds of a Coo" is one of those books that you want around all of the time. The poems are precious and adorable, and the illustrations and colors are bold and beautiful, yet warm and peaceful. Each poem is written in a frame on a page of different color, with pictures on the facing page that go so well with the poems. And the illustrations are so adorable. I love the people and especially the little ones, and I feel the faces are precious. When I read this book I had to smile thinking about what might be going on in the mind of that little baby we are holding. I enjoy the way Kelly Lambert thinks and writes to help readers understand their precious little ones. If you are a parent or grandparent, or will be one soon, this book would be an awesome addition to your list of reading. These little heartwarming poems will draw you closer to your little ones, and cause you to really think about what they may be thinking and feeling. I highly recommend that you pick up a copy of "Sounds of a Coo" for some really wonderful reading.