Eye Games Gift Set is awarded Baby Book of the Year, Media of the Year & Top Choice Parenting Aid

For planning of holiday and pre-holiday news related to maternity and baby products, note that Baby of Mind's Eye Games for Baby Gift Set have received multiple awards this year including Best Baby Book of 2012 and Best Media of the Year Awards.
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Sept. 6, 2012 - PRLog -- "Eye Games for Baby" and "Baby's First Stroller Book," the accordion-fold vision books by Chicago based publisher Baby of Mind, have recently received word that they've been awarded by Creative Child Magazine with the 2012 Book of the Year Award in Baby Books and the 2012 Media of the Year Award in the Baby Toys category.  For the second year in a row, the gift set has also been selected as Top Choice of the Year in Parenting Aids - Visual Development. This vision category was newly created in 2011 just for Baby of Mind and matches perfectly with the books' mission.  All award results will be published this fall/winter by Creative Child Magazine (http://www.creativechild.com).

The lightweight image books were developed to stimulate visual development and curiosity of  babies 0-6 months old., unlike other books targeting babies 0-3 years of age. The visuals were created with the help of an infant vision specialist, an early childhood expert and a group of test babies. They contain strong contrasts and contours for early recognition, as well as a variation of colors, hues, repetition and details that encourage baby to discover more with each passing day. In fact, consistently showing this book to babies while their eyesight develops is something that is encouraged by the publisher. For those interested in reading more about benefits and expert reviews by infant eye specialists, search books at http://www.TheToyMan.com in "Evaluation Reports" (Juvenile Products).

Books can be purchased separately or as a gift set.

"Eye Games for Baby" by C.L. Eden, ISBN: Retail: $15.00
"Baby's First Stroller Book" by C.L. Eden, ISBN: Retail: $15.00
Eye Games for Baby Gift Set (books listed above plus visual stimulation tote): Retail: $30

For those who have discovered these baby books, satisfaction is a reaction that has been shared as the publisher is constantly receiving photos of happy babies in aw of the books. "The Creative Child Awards provide us with a wonderful sense of validity and accomplishment, but what satisfies me even more is to hear the first hand stories from individuals using these books" says Cheryl Postrozny, the creative mastermind behind the images. This mommy-owned and operated publishing house is thrilled with the positive feedback since she knows that with each enthusiastic mommy there lays a happy baby.

Additional award honors include the following:

The Toy Man EditorsChoice Award 2012
The Toy Man Seal of Approval 2012
The Toy Man Eco-Recognition Seal 2012

Baby of Mind is an independent publishing company that provides innovative visual aids in the form of image books, videos and wall art for babies. Devoted to supporting developmentally appropriate images, the goal is to provide stimulation for babies as their mind and vision develops.  Before any product is made available to the public, great care is taken to ensure that all artwork has indeed been created with baby in mind.  Images filter through several reviews by esteemed vision and early childhood specialists, and are then passed through a baby and caregiver focus group.  Baby of Mind is dedicated to making available some of the most stimulating visual outlets for babies.

For more information or to arrange an interview, contact:
Scarlett Hendy

You may also contact Baby of Mind directly.
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