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Baby’s My First Photo Album of Family & Friends

Baby's My First Photo Album of Family & Friends

  • Generous size!
  • Holds 15 – 4 x 6 photos!
  • Fill baby’s first album with all the people who LOVE baby!
  • Infant Development Toy.
  • Babies love looking at photos of their family and friends!

Baby’s My First Photo Album – of Family and Friends. Infant Development Photo Album – by Genius Baby Toys. Babies love looking at photos of their family and friends! This bright, contrasting album has wipeable vinyl pages and helps baby’s developing visual skills.

Generous size, holds 15, 4 x 6 photos of baby’s favorite family and friends. Baby’s photo album offers plenty of room for pictures of Grandma , Grandpa, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins.. friends, pets and more… Fill baby’s first album with a

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The English Girl: A Novel (Gabriel Allon)

The English Girl: A Novel (Gabriel Allon)

Daniel Silva delivers another spectacular thriller starring Gabriel Allon: The English Girl. When a beautiful young British woman vanishes on the island of Corsica, a prime minister’s career is threatened with destruction. Allon, the wayward son of Israeli intelligence, is thrust into a game of shadows where nothing is what it seems…and where the only thing more dangerous than his enemies might be the truth._ Silva’s work has captured the imagination of millions worldwide. His #1 New York

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  6 Responses to “Baby’s My First Photo Album of Family & Friends”

  1. 67 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall a good buy, October 24, 2008
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    E. Williamson “Grandma La-La” (Chicago area, IL) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    = Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Baby’s My First Photo Album of Family & Friends (Toy)

    We received a comparable product as a gift from a family member when our first grandchild was born 4+ years ago. Now that we have another new member of our extended family, we were looking for a similar gift (since the actual product we received in 2004 is no longer available).

    We like the number of “pages” in this album – 15 total pictures, counting the front and back of each page. Plus a little reflective panel at the back that would function similar to a mirror. That’s more than some of the other available first albums offer.

    Compared with the one we received several years ago, we feel that the pages are a little more difficult to turn. It’s possible that this is just because the pages were so compressed in shipping. Perhaps this problem will work itself out as the new little one uses it.

    Likewise, the outer cover seems a little more stiff and a little less soft than the previous product we had. That’s our comparison, but it may prove to be more durable as a consequence.

    The good news is that photos are inserted from an opening closest to the inside binding on each page. So, unlike some other similar products where photos are inserted from the top of the page, it’s not so easy for little fingers or slobbery mouths to get to them.

    Overall, we still feel that this is a good buy.

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  2. 39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    photo album, January 17, 2008
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    Particular1 (Columbus OH USA) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Baby’s My First Photo Album of Family & Friends (Toy)

    This was one I chose because of multiple pages, not just 6 or 8, and not pre-labeled. You can put in BOTH sets of grandparents (usually space for one set) and aunts/uncles, cousins, best friends, Nanny, etc. Very easy to customize. Plastic is a bit ripply, but it’s sturdy enough. Good advice: print out pictures on paper…less toxicity if baby chews them!

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  3. 24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    baby’s first photo album, December 23, 2008
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    = Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Baby’s My First Photo Album of Family & Friends (Toy)

    This was good. The pages inside are plastic which is good for keeping pictures safe, but the plastic was wrinkled possible during shipping so they pictures are not as clear as I would like them. Also the pages could fit a picture larger than 4×6, so it left some see through space around my pictures. Overall though I like the book. I think the mirror at the end is great.

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  4. 167 of 195 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Silva does it again, July 16, 2013
    By 
    Lukester (San Diego, CA) –
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    This review is from: The English Girl: A Novel (Gabriel Allon) (Hardcover)

    First of all: if you’re a fan of Silva’s Gabriel Allon books, just go ahead and buy this one already, Silva delivers again.

    If you’re new to Silva, I see no reason not to start right here: Gabriel Allon, an Israeli agent with a legendary background partly arising from his involvement in the targeting of Black September after the Munich Olympics, is called out of his peaceful semi-retirement in Tel Aviv to assist a friend in finding a missing woman. This isn’t just an ordinary missing girl, but a young woman with a bright future in British politics that has some strong connections that run all the way to the top. Without giving away the plot, Allon pursues the woman across the globe, running into both new enemies and old ones that he has encountered along the way.

    I don’t want to give away the details of the plot, but I can say without spoiling the book and Silva has written a novel that encompasses both the standard, thrilling global crime mystery and a beautifully written character study. Unlike some other books in this genre, Silva writes about both the chase and the players involved equally. All of his characters come alive on the pages, and Silva excels and detailing the settings in a way that will make you feel like you are there. As a result, while the plot drives the action, this is a book that is enjoyable to read beyond merely finding out whodunnit.

    That said, I burned through the pages of this book, wanting to find out what happens next. This would be a perfect book for a long airplane ride, or equally while lounging on the beach. My only warning is that once you read this one, you’ll likely be picking up the rest of Silva’s books in the near future.

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  5. 33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If only Gabriel Allon was real, July 22, 2013
    By 
    Judie Amsel (Mayfield Heights, OH USA) –
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    I wish the real world had someone like Gabriel Allon–art restorer, spy, and master assassin-(though it would be nice to avoid the last category) who was able to solve kidnappings, capture criminals, and expose corruption as quickly and completely as he does. We don’t, so we have to settle for imaginary ones.
    In THE ENGLISH GIRL, a beautiful, intelligent young woman, Madeline Hart, was on vacation in Corsica with friends from work when she disappeared. Madeline worked for England’s Prime Minister and was on her way to notable success in government but her disappearance is not reported to the usual authorities. With an election coming up, the Prime Minister, Jonathan Lancaster, doesn’t want the story publicized because it might harm his chances of reelection: Madeline is his mistress.
    A month later, he received a ransom note with very little information but saying if the demands weren’t met, she would be killed in seven days. Gabriel Allon was called in but Lancaster and his close advisor, Jeremy Fallon, refused to follow Allon’s advice for the negotiation. The kidnappers demand they want $10,000,000 pounds to be delivered by Allon. He agreed to be the courier and built a team to help determine who kidnapped her and why as well.
    Just when everything should be settled, everything fell apart instead. (Hint: in a book of almost 475 pages, you know it won’t be solved by page 212.)
    The plot takes him to Corsica, France, England and Russia where he met several characters from previous books and introduces some new ones. Like all of Daniel Silva’s books, there are many twists and things are not always what they seem to be. The end of the book points to a different life for Allon. Should be very interesting.
    The wonderful writing is fast-paced cohesive. Once you know the motive or the probable bad guy, Silva keeps you wondering what Gabriel is going to do with that information. My only complaint is that Silva has fallen victim to the current writing practice of underestimating (I hope) the intelligence of his readers by having short chapters and repeating information previously presented as the characters mentally review what they know.
    He refers to several of his previous Allon books when he introduces some of the characters and location that were in those books but those references don’t leave you wondering what he’s talking about. A new reader might be encouraged to read some of the previous ones and veteran fans might want to reread them to capture what they’ve forgotten.
    THE ENGLISH GIRL proves why Daniel Silva’s books consistently appear on the New York Times bestsellers list.

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  6. 50 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    The great series has plateaued into good, not great, July 21, 2013
    By 
    David

    This review is from: The English Girl: A Novel (Gabriel Allon) (Hardcover)

    The Amazon summary gives the facts well. I have read all of the Allon books. I loved the first 6 or more, but have found diminishing returns, of which this book, although a good, fast read, is a good example (without spoilers which would be additional examples):

    1. I found the plot predictable; the climax not very suspenseful; and the return to Moscow too familiar and lacking the Jewish historical reviews he has done so well of countries Allon visits for the first time.

    2. What used to be a wonderfully realistic series in most respects now features a nonJewish Russian who fled to London and gave away an $18 billion company for Allon; an almost omniscient Corsican fortune teller; an assassin for hire and his boss with a heart of gold when Allon needs them.

    3. Allon should be 60+ years old, but still has tremendous strength?

    4. Allon and his team are too perfect and predictable in every aspect of their work and behavior, although Allon shows much more ego than ever before. His team members remain 1 dimensional.

    5. Describing America as financially bankrupt compared to the rest of the world shows he should listen to his wife’s colleagues at NBC more often when they report the worse economic status of the EU, Japan and China.

    It is very difficult to keep a long series interesting and Silva does it better than most–much better than Lee Child, Stephen Hunter, Vince Flynn or Brad Thor and as well or better than Alex Berenson. Silva fans will still like it, but I suspect not list it among their favorites. Those new to Silva will rate it higher and should then read the series from the start. Readers looking for more realistic novels with similar themes and quality writing should try Gerald Seymour.

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