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 small board book is an introduction to our sense of hearing and the things we hear every day. Simple pictures and rhythmic text make it a good choice for little eyes and ears. Emphasize the each of the fun sounds in the book to help build beginning reading skills like oral language.
Your baby will enjoy discovering the items under the flaps of this book. From tickles to cuddles and more, each flap hides a picture of a familiar item your baby might encounter during bath time, dinner and bed time.
Everyone loves baby animals -- especially Spot! Join Spot as he visits his dad on the farm, and help Spot look for baby animals.
The littlest beginning readers will love to play with this book’s chunky pages while they learn their first sounds and animals. Unusually shaped pages and an easy-to-grab handle make this the perfect book to share with your child, while encouraging the development of beginning reading and pre-reading skills like movement and reflexes.
Help your baby discover toes, ears, nose, and more in this lift-the-flap book -- and start building beginning reading skills, too!
After meeting a number of baby animals—including a clever monkey, a hairy warthog, and a dusty lion cub—the baby discovers the most precious creature of all . . . herself, of course!
Moo, Baa, La La La is a board book that sparkles with whimsical illustrations and catchy rhyme. Beware, though -- it will have parents and children alike oinking, mooing, and baaing in no time.
As your baby approaches his first year, he is beginning to pay closer attention to illustrations in books. Use that budding interest to build his vocabulary and language
Babies love to hear their own names! Try substituting your child’s name in simple nursery rhymes to build pre-reading skills like phonological awareness.