Monday, January 11, 2016

The Baby Survival Guide Review

Hello, baby. The whole life thing is pretty new to you, right? Luckily, you have a dad. Unluckily, he's new to the whole being-your-daddy thing. So if you're going to survive, you need THE BABY'S GUIDE TO SURVIVING DAD. A clever, quirky picture book you can't live without.
The Baby Survival Guides will be available in stores on February 1, 2016.

ISBN: 978-1-62370-610-4 (A Baby’s Guide to Surviving Dad)

$6.95 US ($7.95 CAD)


Juvenile Fiction/Family/New Baby

Ages 0 to 3 /Grades P to 1

Capstone Young Readers

Series: Baby Survival Guides

24 pages

6”Wide x 7”High

About the Author

Benjamin Bird is one of the many secret identities of Donald Lemke, children’s book editor and all around renaissance man. Donnie has written dozens of all-age comics and children's books for Capstone, HarperCollins, Running Press, and more. Most recently he created the Wearable Books series with Bob Lentz as part of the Lemke & Lentz writing team. The books in the series – Book-O-Beards, Book-O-Hats, Book-O-Teeth, and Book-O-Masks – have provided countless hours of Instagram fun around the world. He lives in St. Paul, Minn. with his beautiful wife, Amy, toddling toddler, Cleo, and a not-so-golden retriever named Paulie.

About the Illustrator

Tiago Americo is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Montreal, Canada. Tiago graduated in Graphic Design at UTFPR, Brazil and then worked in the animation industry, receiving several awards for his animation short-movies Cafe La Rochelle and The Chance and the Butterfly. Since 2010, Tiago has worked as a full-time illustration artist, creating children's books, greeting cards, wall decals, posters, and game concepts for clients in France, UK, USA, Canada, Belgium, Holland, Korea, and Brazil. He lives happily with his beloved wife, his dog, and a bunch of cool books!

Cassandra's Review - The book is super short and is cute for first time dads.  I enjoyed the illustrations.

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