A nice way to talk about schedules with babies. Good variety of textures.
This was too fun to read before our visit to the zoo. Each animal page had interesting textures to explore. Little N loved roaring and growling along.
Little N enjoyed the textures in the this book. There were several familiar objects/things to count – dogs, cats, fire engines, etc. An easy way to interact!
Lots of textures for baby to explore on the various farm animals. Colorful pictures keep babies engaged.
A simple texture book covering the five senses. Little N enjoyed the variety of textures. Vivid illustrations
This touch and feel book and some interesting textures – the sticky mud for example, but still not quite as much variety as I would have liked. However, I think it would be tough to have a lot of variety for transportation vehicles. Little N liked the size of the book – perfect for his little hands.
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.