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Curb a bad habit and have your funny bone tickled too — the Baby Buzz Pick for April is for preschoolers, but there’s not an adult around who won’t enjoy the clever, singsongy rhyme in “People Don’t Bite People,” by Lisa Wheeler.

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Brightly colored board book pages and inviting lines, dots and squiggles make “TouchThinkLearn: Wiggles,” an interactive crowd pleaser for the playroom set. The book is the newest chosen as a Baby Buzz Pick.

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Win toddlers’ hearts with “Love, Mama,” by Jeanette Bradley, a charmer for Valentine’s Day, or anytime of year. It’s the newest book chosen for Baby Buzz, The Missourian’s ongoing program highlighting quality, hardcover books for children birth to age 5.

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Delight youngsters with the story of a cute little bear cub and its mama — the affectionate pair in “Where, Oh Where, Is Baby Bear?” written and illustrated by Ashley Wolff. This is the third book featuring Baby Bear, which has been named the January Baby Buzz Pick.

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The ABC’s get a rollicking roll-out compliments of “The Little Red Cat Who Ran Away and Learned His A,B,C’s (the Hard Way).” This wordless wonder is the October Baby Buzz Pick, chosen by The Missourian for children birth to age 5.

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The whimsical pair is back, a polka dot elephant and his mouse buddy return in “Little Elliot, Fall Friends,” by Mike Curato, a book that celebrates all things autumnal, making it a fitting September Baby Buzz Pick.

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Babies and toddlers are keen observers of faces, often mimicking smiles and rewarding us with giggles. Little ones will get an eyeful of babies displaying their feelings in “Making Faces: A First Book of Emotions,” published by Abrams Appleseed.

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You can count on cute, little yellow ducklings to steal a toddler’s heart. Add some interactive features and “Five Little Ducks” more than fits the bill as a Baby Buzz Pick.

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Talk to any pediatrician, librarian or literacy expert, and they’ll stress the importance of reading to little ones, starting at birth. Parent educators with the Washington School District would echo their advice.

Animals and interactive fun make “Amazing Animals: A Spin and Spot Book” spot-on for tykes. Parent educators with the Washington School District know what appeals to the younger set and have named the board book their February Baby Book Buzz Pick.

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Sleep deprived mommies and daddies are sure to embrace “Nighty-Night,” the newest offering by author Leslie Patricelli, who delights all ages with her light-hearted board books. “Night-Night” is the January Baby Buzz Pick selected by parent educators with the Washington School District.

Sleep-deprived mommies and daddies are sure to embrace “Nighty-Night,” the newest offering by author Leslie Patricelli, who delights all ages with her light-hearted board books. “Nighty-Night” is the January Baby Buzz Pick selected by parent educators with the Washington School District.

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The Baby Buzz Pick for November strikes just the right note. Across the keyboard, children will adore “I Love Music,” by Marion Billet, the newest book suggested by parent educators with the Washington School District.

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A cute storyline and interactive opportunities – young readers get both with “Peck Peck Peck, ” by Lucy Cousins. This charming board book was just chosen as the October Baby Buzz Pick by parent educators with the Washington School District.

Celebrate grandparents with “My Grandparents Love Me,” a heartwarming story sure to be enjoyed by members of all generations. This entertaining picture book by Claire Freedman is the September Baby Buzz Pick, the most recent book to receive the honor from parent educators with the Washington…

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