This board book for young children uses repetitive phrases to ask Maisy is hiding. Each page contains flaps and doors that open to reveal the answer to the question. Bold print and colorful, simple images attract children’s attention, and opening the flaps builds fine motor coordination that helps to develop writing and book handling skills later.
This book's predictable text and colorful artwork will captivate your toddler as he reads about Little Owl’s journey to find his mommy. When you encourage your child to explore the book with you, you're helping him develop beginning writing and other early reading skills.
Join Baby Owl in this entertaining bedtime story and find out how Dad finally gets Baby Owl to sleep. This may become one of your toddler’s bedtime favorites.
The large colorful pictures and limited words in this book make it a great choice to help toddlers build their vocabularies. "Dinosaur Roar!" will grow with your child as you introduce her to the concepts of rhyme and opposites.
Bright pictures and simple text offer fun opportunities to identify fall colors, count objects and build your child’s vocabulary. The flaps to lift on each page will engage your toddler and keep him turning the pages to find what more there is to discover.
Strengthen your toddler’s oral language and counting skills with the finger play Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed. This long-time favorite introduces language patterns, rhythm and rhyme through repetition and song. Act out the story again and again to get your toddler moving, listening and learning all at the same time.
This interactive board book by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle will enchant your toddler from the first reading.
This colorful board book is just right for little hands. Your baby will love turning the sturdy pages as she listens to and learns the words of a favorite childhood song. The book's interesting print and bright colors will make it one of your baby’s favorites!
Play games that involve music and movement to help your child develop beginning reading skills like listening and speaking.
Use this simple water-play activity to expose your toddler to alphabet letters and their sounds.