What Does Baby See? by


What Does Baby See? by

Useful for newborn to Six Months, these books help build early visual activity, like focusing, tracking and scanning, plus they provide an opportunity for the baby to bond with the person reading. The illustrations are simple and graphic, with bold lines and bright colours and some books have embossed or shiny pages for high contrast; other have soft pages to encourage touching. All materials are baby-safe and non-toxic. What does Baby See? stimulates early visual acuity - focusing, tracking and scanning, plus object recognition - with these high-contrast graphic pictures. Basic large-scale animal images are set against solid backgrounds in different bold colour combinations. They'll capture baby's attention and parents can enhance the experience by naming colours and making animal noises.

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Board book
12 pages


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Publication date

8th May 2008



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