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Go-Go Baby! -written by Roxane Orgill & illustrated by Steven Salerno, published by Marshall Cavendish Children's Books, 2004.
"...it is great fun to read aloud. Sinuous black lines- energetic, expressive, sophisticated- delineate Baby, her fellow travelers, and the big city folk they move among. Everybody knows a bundle of energy like Go-Go Baby." -Childrens Literature
This energetic, curious baby is on constantly on the move... via stroller, bus, train, ship -and seemingly never, ever gets sleepy! Much to the exhaustion and frazzled nerves of big sis and mom!
above: cropped view of the cover for Go-Go Baby!
left: the story begins when baby is not sleepy at all, escapes from the crib, and is on the move!
above: one segment of the baby's wide-awake journey is aboard a train -and is entertained by the Conductor punching colorful tickets.
above: nap time? No way... there's a whole world to be explored.
above: Mama, sis, and baby all hurrying to catch the ferry.
above: detail of seagull and tugboat.
above: cropped view of a page from the printed book... baby gets on line for the train.