Spider ignores other animals as she spins her web. The web has a raised surface, and I put little N’s hand on it to feel the texture. This will be a good one for when he is older too.
Little N loves interacting with this one. The ball moves through holes in the pages. The story is replete with rhyming words – great for developing phonological awareness.
A baby face book that is all about smiling and laughing. Good exposure to vocabulary – e.g. chuckle, giggle, and grin.
Little N seemed interested in looking for Spot. Unfortunately some of the flaps were missing since we checked it out at the library – oh well. Fun book that gives a great way to talk about different animals. I will probably check this out again when little N is older.
Crisp, clear mainly black and white pictures are appealing to Little N. Momma loves the story and all the actions (singing, tickling, and kissing).
Little N may be a bit to young for this one, but it is a momma story for sure about the depth of a mother’s love.
Condensed version of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom in a board book format. I like the rhythm of the book and it is a fun way to start exposing Little N to the alphabet. Very colorful as well.
Little N loves the touch and feel aspect of the book. Great way to talk about textures, animals, and animal sounds. The textures are well secured and safe for baby.
So fun – interactive flaps turn this story into peekaboo animal sound fun. Little N loves it!
Interactive book with flaps – kind of a peekaboo guessing game with animals. Momma really liked the repetition. Little N liked the pictures and flaps.