Absolutely nothing exciting happens in Maine . . . nothing, that is, except for the birth of one giant baby. "That's one wicked big toddlah you got there!" exclaims Uncle Bert . . . and so Toddie is named.Toddie's a baby just like any other . . . sort of. The thing is, he's big—really big. That means really big diapers, really big teeth, really big everything. From new booties that wear out the knitter to a bath in the ocean (it's fun to play with boats!), Toddie goes through all the stages of baby's first year . . . it's just a little different for Toddie.Kids will laugh out loud as they see Toddie get into more and more trouble. . . it's time for giant laughs all around!
WINNER 2007 - Parents' Choice Award
WINNER 2007 - Nick Jr. Family Magazine Best Book of the Year
WINNER - Bank Street Child Study Children's Book Award
Kevin Hawkes is the illustrator of many well-loved books for young readers, including My Little Sister Ate One Hare, My Little Sister Hugged an Ape, both by Bill Grossman, and And to Think that We Thought that We'd Never Be Friends by Mary Ann Hoberman. This is the second picture book that he has both written and illustrated. He lives in Gorham, Maine.