We checked out the supersized edition of the this book. Classic Boynton – lots of fun rhymes about belly buttons!
I loved the heart shape of the story. It was a simple story – lots of repetition. It could easily be carried on throughout baby’s day – naming all the things baby loves.
Oh the hazards of checking out lift the flap books from the library! Several of the flaps were missing, but I could tell the whole story would have been neat – we liked what we did have anyway.
The cut outs allow the mirror at the end to show through, and therefore the baby becomes all the animals. A sweet story with lots of rhymes – lucky ducky, etc. At the end, the mirror is larger for baby to admire himself.
I didn’t like this one quite as much as Rowe’s Whose Nose? but it was still fun. Fun lift the flaps provide the perfect invitation to explore animals.
This is a fun one. Little N grabbed for the flaps (when he was paying attention). This provides plenty of opportunity to explore body parts – eyes, hands, belly buttons, etc.
I don’t think Little N was quite ready for this one, but I think he’ll enjoy it in the future. A dog’s truck is stuck, and lots of friends stop by to help. Repeated lines will make this a fun story for kids to chime in and help tell.
Little N and I had fun sniffing our sniffers, blinking our eyes, and exploring some of the things our bodies can do. Little N is getting to the point where he can imitate a few things, so doing some of the suggested activities in the book (singing la, la, etc.) were just right for him.
So many fun things to peek at – owls, zoos, trains, and best of all baby with a mirrored page at the end. A fun way to explore vocabulary.
Not sure if Little N picked up on the scanimation cover or not – he seemed to, but I’m not 100%. A fun rhyming book that encourages you to make animal sounds.