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Hello Baby! Baby Book
Binding
Other
ISBN13
9780811849944
Pages
64
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Description

Chronicle Books is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Hello! Lucky letterpress company of San Francisco.

Hello! Lucky has lent their whimsical, vintage inspired illustrations to a baby book, a photo album for baby, and two sets of Chronicle Notes. 'The Hello Baby! Baby Book' is a classic baby album with a sumptuous cloth cover that makes a beautiful gift for any parent. Dotted throughout with nostalgic, retro, fun art, the baby book is the place to put photographs of baby's firsts, friends, outings, occasions, and more. It has acid-free pages, and smart additions (glassine envelope and growth chart in the baby book!). Stylish and elegant, this will make a lovely keepsake when baby is all grown up.

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