Mamá Me Alimenta Con Todos Los Colores: Un libro sobre la lactancia materna. A Spanish-Language Book that Celebrates the Magic of Breastfeeding While Teaching Basic Colors to Babies (Board book)
Baby is hungry. What can she eat? Red strawberries, a yellow banana, a green avocado, or an orange peach? Not quite yet. But she will taste these wonderful fruits and vegetables every day when Mom feeds her with her milk.
This board book celebrates the magic of breastfeeding while presenting babies with other delicious natural foods and introducing them by color. On one page baby will learn all about red foods, and on the next they will discover delicious green foods, all culminating in learning about the most important food of all! With simple text and beautiful illustrations, Mamá me alimenta con todos los colores: Un libro sobre la lactancia materna is an appreciation of breastfeeding mothers everywhere and an important step in normalizing such a vital tradition. A great resource for nursing babies and expectant parents, the book includes two pages of basic information about breastfeeding in the back. This is a Spanish-language version of Mama Feeds Me All the Colors: A Book of Breastfeeding.
About the Author
duopress labs creates innovative books and gifts for children and adults. Recent titles include the TummyTime®, Terra Babies, SmartFlash™, Pop Out, and High-Contrast series; The Belly Sticker Book; 100 Pablo Picassos; My Fridge; and A Good Deck.
Nathalie Beauvois was born in Venezuela, and after traveling through and living in many other Latin American countries,she and her family settled in small but beautiful Uruguay. She spent her childhood among books and coloring pencils; readingand drawing have been her passions as long as she can remember. She studied industrial design, together with attending artclasses with known private artists. She built a solid graphic design background while working in advertising. After severalyears, she decided to pursue her childhood dream of being an illustrator. At present she works from home, way down in South America.