Max has a grand time getting dressed in his older sister’s clothes. The only problem is he doesn’t always put the clothes on the right body part (socks on his ears for example). Raised textures are fun for baby to explore, but the story will reel in the toddlers.
Interactive lift the flap touch and feel counting book. The textures are fun for little one, and the animal facts make this story something even older kids will enjoy.
Teddy gets a bath in this book. I was hoping for more variety in the textures. Some of the objects were more familiar to baby than others.
This is an exemplary touch and feel book. There are lots of different textures for baby to explore, and the objects are everyday objects with which a baby interacts. The end with the mirror for baby to peer at is just perfect!
Little N enjoyed this one. The flaps were easy for him to lift, and he enjoyed playing peekaboo with this one over and over. Momma loved the vibrant colors.
An endearing guessing game describing darling toes and trying to figure out to whom they belong. A variation of this little piggy foot game included just begs to be acted out.
This is a celebration of a child’s uniqueness. Fun to name all the animals and then say – no (so fun to say no over and over for those little ones).
Little N enjoyed this rhyming concept book. The illustrations neatly illustrated the concepts
I do not profess to be anything close to fluent in Spanish. However, I wanted to expose Little N to other languages. This was a nice touch and feel book. Little N is really getting into those – each spread had something new to touch – whiskers, yarn, fur, sandpapery tongue. Lots of fun!
We read the board book edition. Lovely story with rhymes – appealing themes – transportation and farm animals. However, it was not for Little N – he is just too little for this one right now