This whimsical, information-packed anatomy primer, most appropriate for toddlers, is the ninth installment in a 10-volume series called Baby's First Impressions. After witnessing the first opening moments, in which a mime slowly materializes via creative filming techniques, it is easy to see why the entire series has received several public nods of approval, including a Parents' Choice Award. This volume in particular relies on a detailed script, spoken by a vivacious but articulate narrator. Beginning with the head and working all the way to the toenails, she describes each part and how kids use it. These descriptions are accompanied by close-ups of kids' body parts, and they are then demonstrated with action shots of kids using them. For instance, shoulders are for giving younger brothers a ride or anchoring a purse; they also require protective pads for playing football. Nothing improper here--the most "delicate" part discussed is the bottom (for sitting and sliding). Jazzy music and a 5-minute exercise finale keep this half-hour of educational fun zipping along to its comical end. --Liane Thomas
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