Invites young readers to feel the textures of animals, including puppies, elephants, starfish, and snails. On board pages.
Pictures, on board pages, of baby animals.
This shaped board book has pictures of cute animals, rhymes to read and different textures which will delight babies and toddlers. Touch-and-feel textures help develop children's sensory awareness, and the gentle rhymes are ideal for adults and children to read and share together. Can help babies to develop early skills such as building vocabulary and word/picture association.
"From velvety rabbit ears to furry bunny tails, there are all sorts of textures for baby to explore in this safe, sturdy book that encourages early learning." --Back cover.
Photographs and simple text present a touch and feel book on baby animals.
Bright Baby Touch & Feel Perfect Pets, from bestselling children's book author Roger Priddy, is the ideal book for little hands to explore touch and sensations. • Ideal for babies and toddlers • Touch and feel elements • Fun rhyming text
A 'Never Touch' activity book, with over 200 stickers and card press-outs!
This is an ideal first board book to share with your baby or toddler as a first step to discovering the fun and celebration of St Patrick's Day. The pages feature traditional St Patrick's Day images, such as shamrocks, harps and parades, and there are lots of different touch-and-feel textures which little fingers will love to explore.
"Baby Touch and Feel I Love You is a fun DK baby book that helps little ones learn new words. With touchy-feely pictures and word labels, it makes an ideal baby gift. Baby Touch and Feel I Love You contains stunning photos with foil or textured areas that expand your baby's senses, while the simple visuals and labels promote language skills. From shiny love hearts beside a little girl hugging her toy to a baby with a fleecy heart on his vest, you can introduce your baby to the concept of love with touch and feel textures. All this is packed in a handy, small format that's just perfect for preschoolers to hold, and helps develop their fine motor skills."