Books by Global Fund for Children

GLOBAL BABY BEDTIMES by Global Fund for Children
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 4, 2015

"Sweet, tender, and positive; perfect for sharing with the newest world citizens. (Board book. 3 mos.-3)"
The universality of the most basic human need—sleep—is touchingly illustrated with ahh-inspiring photos. Read full book review >
GLOBAL BABY BOYS by Global Fund for Children
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 9, 2014

"Oh boy, oh boy! These bright-eyed tykes are sure to draw any baby in. (Board book. 3 mos.-1)"
In the natural follow-up to Global Baby Girls (2013), youngsters can meet the sons of such nations as Australia, Canada, Guatemala, France, Mexico, Taiwan, Tobago, the United States and more.Read full book review >
GLOBAL BABY GIRLS by Global Fund for Children
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 1, 2013

"Another baby-faced winner from the Global Fund for Children, with an important social message to boot. (Board book. 3 mos.-1)"
In a natural follow-up to Global Babies (2006) and American Babies (2010), an empowering text and vibrant photos present baby girls from Canada, China, Guatemala, France, India, Liberia, New Zealand, Peru, Russia, the United States and more. Read full book review >
AMERICAN BABIES by Global Fund for Children
CHILDREN'S
Released: July 1, 2010

Photographs of adorable babies (is there any other kind?) of varying ethnicities appear in both full-page and panel insets to a very brief (one sentence), vaguely patriotic text. With just one phrase per spread, there's little to distract from the main attractions. One overall-clad lad sits in a field of golden grain, another tyke crawls across the sand ("from sea to shining sea"), a little girl intently scans a board book and yet another smiles coyly over her mother's shoulder. The dark-skinned, utterly toothless boy crowing with delight ("spreading joy") is worth the price of admission all by himself. As babies never seem to grow tired of looking at other babies, this glowing celebration seems to be a surefire hit. A portion of the proceeds benefits The Global Fund for Children. (Board book. 0-1)Read full book review >