Future Doctor (A Future Baby Book) (Board book)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Future Baby series.
- #3: Future President (Future Baby) (Board book): $8.99
Paging Doctor Baby -- we have a cuteness emergency! Read along to learn how Baby already has what it takes to become a medical professional. Includes lots of fun doctor facts to help foster curiosity and empower little ones to listen, problem-solve, and take care of others!
Future Baby is an adorable board book series that takes a playful peek into an assortment of amazing careers and shows little ones how their current skills match up with the job at hand. With Future Baby, babies can be anything!
About the Author
Allison Black is an illustrator and designer specializing in cute and colorful creations. Originally from Upstate New York, she received her BFA at Syracuse University and has since lived in LA, Minneapolis, and now Columbus, Ohio. Over the years, she's developed products ranging from baby bedding and toddler clothes to Christmas ornaments and Easter baskets and now books for children. She also has a stationery company, Hip-Hip. Visit Allison at allisonblackillustration.com.
"Inclusive characters and appealing illustrations make this a fun and factual trip to space." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Future Baby: Future Engineer:
"Visually stimulating, witty, and thoughtful." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Future Baby: Future President:
"The cartoon illustrations are bright and cheerful, featuring bold blocks of color that are especially appealing to very young children. The clever parallels drawn between a baby's relationship to the world and the president's job are sure to delight adults reading the book aloud." -- Kirkus Reviews