Treasury for Little Ones by Nicola Baxter
  

Treasury for Little Ones

Written by Nicola Baxter
Illustrated by

Synopsis

Treasury for Little Ones by Nicola Baxter

This book includes hours of fun for babies and toddlers - stories and rhymes, puzzles to solve, and things to make and do. Alphabet animals - a greedy goat, a kind koala, a diving duck and all their friends introduce letter sounds. Copy and count - jumps, jiggles, finger wiggles and lots of giggles to help with learning numbers. Say and play - rhymes to assist with counting, talking and even tickling! Follow and find - a fun way to find out about sequencing, with lots to spot along the way. Make and play - easy ways to make munchies, masks, dressing-up costumes, a 'twin', and much more. For busy times, giggly times, lively times and snuggly times, this book is the perfect companion. Play is vital for all babies and toddlers, and its educational aspect has long been recognized. This beautifully illustrated children's collection treasury offers plenty of ways to learn through play. It is simply brimming with fun for little ones - and larger ones, too. There is so much for you to look at together, and each lively page helps with vital early learning skills. There are short stories, silly rhymes, games to play and easy projects to make. Taken as a whole, this volume provides ample practice for your child's early development.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
80 pages

Author

Nicola Baxter
More books by Nicola Baxter

Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

1st May 2014

ISBN

9781861473684


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