A fun animal guessing game with moveable parts
touch and feel, interactive, peekaboo
One of my all time favorite books for toddlers who love peek a boo!
This was so fun to read and play with Little N. He loved grabbing the little preview cut out and turning the page. He would flap it back and forth when I said – peek – a- boo -not part of the story, but you can totally do with it! The book gives clues and you guess who the animal is. Once you see the animal, the book suggests things you can do to pretend to be the animal. A great book for play!
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.
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.
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.
Little N liked this one better than the Baby Faces by Margaret Miller. The babies “hiding” seemed to draw him in and keep his attention a bit better.