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Baby Einstein: Mirror Me! [Board book]

Julie Aigner-Clark
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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Book Description

May 1 2002 Baby Einstein
Can you stick out your tongue like Frog? Puff up your cheeks like Cow? Scrunch up your nose like Jane the Monkey? Look in the mirror and try! This busy book with a mirror on every spread (and a peekaboo finale!) teaches babies and young children parts of the face in a playful way.

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Julie Aigner-Clark, founder, is the full-time mother of two little girls and is also a former teacher. She conceived the idea for the Baby Einstein Company out of a desire to provide baby-friendly exposure to music, art, and poetry for her own children.

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2.0 out of 5 stars great concept, poor execution June 24 2004
Format:Board book
My son, as most babies, loves mirrors so I thought this book would be great. However, the mirrors in this book are like fun house mirrors--the baby can't really see another baby face in it. He has received this book twice, and both have this problem. ALthough he likes the book, his favorite is another book with a "clear" mirror in it.
Also, I'm not sure why some of the animals have names, and some are called by what they are. Odd.
There are some Baby Einstein products that I love, but this is not one of them.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Baby loves book despite low quality mirror May 30 2003
Format:Board book
Like another reviewer, I was extremely disappointed in the quality of the mirrors in this book. However, I received the book as a gift and could not return it, which turned out to be a bit of luck, because this is my child's favorite book out of the 20 or so in his collection. I can't explain it, but he adores the book despite the mirrors being all distorted. The second we open the book to read it he grins ear to ear and begins to laugh. I have been reading it to him since he was born and it's become his favorite in the last month (he's 7 months old now). He loves the characters and loves looking in the mirrors even though it does not produce a clear image. I must say that although I never liked the book because of the poor quality mirror, I have had to come around because he likes it so much. I also enjoy the fact that it's the only book with which I can see HIS face while I reading to him on my lap (even if I have to decipher them out of the carnivalish mirror). I definitely recommend the book despite my initial reaction.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Baby Einstein makes Baby Geniuses Jan. 21 2003
Format:Board book
I was a bit skeptical when I received my first Baby einstein video while I was pregnant. I couldn't imagine any baby interested in videos yet and thought the company was playing to parents with the implications in their name. I now know better. I have become a true fan and supporter of all Baby Einstein products. This is the first board book I purchased from them and my daughter adores it. I already read to my daughter every day. She enjoyed listening to me but rarely took interest in the actual illustrations in books. This book has changed all that. On one side are bright pictures and the other a mirror. Although the text is quite simple my daughter adores the illustrations and of course looking at herself. She's a vain one already! It might be a lil too simple for older children but perfect since my daughter was 2 months old. I usually add text while I'm reading to lenghten the time spent on each page. I am delighted she's actually taken an interest in the actual book I'm reading and not just my voice. Baby Einstein promotes healthy development and learning in children so I now promote Baby Einstein.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Mirror me a horrible mirror May 9 2002
By A Customer
Format:Board book
I am normally a big fan of the Baby Einstein products. My daughter loves the friendly animal graphics that accompany the series. When checking out the book, it seemed to have a great concept, especially since my daughter loves to mimic things. When we received the book today, I was EXTREMELY disappointed with the quality of the "mirror". There is a "mirror" on the cover and on each page of the book. The "mirror" severely distorts any image due to the way it is made and laid out on the page. It in no way presents an image like a true mirror. I do not know how a child would be able to decipher her own image making the suggested faces in the so-called "mirror". It might frighten her more than anything else. Thumbs down on "Mirror Me" for us. It's going back.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Fun! Nov. 27 2002
By Alison
Format:Board book
My 6 month old daughter & I are huge fans of the Baby Einstein Baby Mozart video so I bought this book to try out and she loves it.
Yes she tries to eat it but this is only to be expected, and it is standing up very well to lots of dribbles!!!!!
It's very simple & short to read along with a mirror on each page. She looks right into each mirror and smiles,sometimes laughing out loud!!!! Of course they are not real mirrors but you can see yourself in it looking all wobbly which adds to the fun! I can't imagine a baby not enjoying this book!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Vibrant Pictures, Good for Babies Nov. 1 2003
Format:Board book
As with all Baby Einstein books, this one has incredibly colorful and vibrant pictures. A few other reviewers commented on the quality of the mirrors, they are thin reflective film with a 'fun house' effect, but the 0-9 month age group really isn't going to care. Each page features simple text for younger ones with a mirror. The back of the book has 3 tips and ideas for parents.
The best way to encourage your child to read is to have books in the home.
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