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Baby Babble – Simple words for baby

Baby BabbleBaby Babble is a series of simple phrases amusing for babies and those without many language skills.

This book is brought to us by BookDash, aiming to ensure books in every child’s hands.

Illustrated by Nicola Smith, Written by Katherine Graham

Text from Baby Babble

baby babble

Which shoes? You choose!

Please, please! More peas!

Num-num? Yum-yum!

All gone! Full tum.

Sore, sore . . . Teeth a

Nice, nice! Ice is Nice.

Who’s there?

Teddy Bear!teddy bear dum-dum

Where’s the dum-dum?
Baby sad.

There’s the dum-dum!
Baby glad.

Splish, Splosh!
time to wash.

Night, night, sleep tight.

 

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