This interactive board book will help build your child's vocabulary and develop her hand-eye coordination as she touches and feels all the tactile textures she is sure to love.
Introduce your baby to 26 adorable animals and their sounds through this fun-to-read board book. The simple, repetitive sentences and vibrant photographs in this informational book will delight your little one.
Your baby will love holding, touching and exploring this book! That’s Not My Piglet… offers a sensory experience on each page, with smooth, bumpy, or soft textures for your baby to touch.
The story text is large and has a rhyming pattern as a child is asked the title question. The colorful illustrations look like paintings and the featured body part is the main focus.
Take a visual trip to the farmers' market, see people at their booths, choose fresh produce and then view a table setting back at home. This sturdy board book is visually appealing, with its vivid art illustrations of the food and sights of an outdoor market.
Adorable sheep hide from their shepherd in this fun, classic nursery rhyme. You and your baby will be able to find the sheep easily, even when Mary cannot. Bold print and word balloons guide you through the story.
In this Caldecott Honor board book, a young girl sits on her Daddy’s lap and together they count the things they see in her room at bedtime. You and your baby can count backwards from 10 to one, beginning with the little girl’s toes.
The story text is large and has a rhyming pattern as a child is asked the title question. The dark, colorful illustrations look like paintings, and the featured body part is the main focus.
In this book, animal illustrations showcase the different patterns that animals have, such as a dog’s spots or a zebra’s stripes. Each colorful illustration is placed on a contrasting background to help your baby focus on the design and introduce colors.
Silly animals show their brightly colored clothing in this board book - but one of them just can’t seem to get dressed the right way! The descriptive words appear under the pictures, so you bring your baby’s attention to clothing, not just the animal.