Since Little N loves I Spy Little Bunnies, I thought he’d enjoy this one. He hasn’t shown much interest – oh well!
An energetic book of opposites. Fun!
Simple vocabulary builder – one picture with one word – all about the farm. Nice, vivid illustrations
This hit the spot for little N. It was a simple story about kids getting ready to eat, eating, cleaning up, and then playing. I wasn’t all that jazzed, but little N requested this one over and over. I guess he loves mealtime and this was a satisfying read.
Another interactive flap book. This one gave little N exposure to some creatures he has not yet encountered – such as a snail as well as familiar ones – a kitten for instance.
Little N did not care much for this story. It is about ducks journey he makes quickly to his family in the pond. Lots of prepositions – over, around, under – and all the steps can be tracked by duck’s muddy footprints.
An interactive, lift the flap book that has little ones guess where Maisy lives. Lots of clues to help -Does Maisy live in the pig pen? No! It is a pig, and so on.
A book all about feet and toes on a beach adventure. Lots of enriching vocabulary, too bad little N has only been to the beach once. Time to try and go again soon, and this would be a nice follow up story.
This was too fun! Each page asks a question, and then there is a cut out circle that shows different objects when the wheel is turned. Great for vocabulary and interaction.
Simple rhyming story that goes through the bedtime routine – I love the ending – Good night, I love you – the most important part!