Peek-a-boo What? by
  

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Peek-a-boo What? by

This title is suitable for newborns to six months old babies. 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.Peek-a-Boo What?: Peek-a-boo isn't a baby's favourite game just by chance: after a first birthday, a baby begins to understand that even when something isn't in his sight, it still exists. He expects that a person or an object will reappear eventually - and when the anticipated finally happens, he's delighted. This charming book, with flaps to lift and see-through die cuts, will help little ones solidify object permanence. There's even a place for a photograph so that the answer to 'peek-a-boo, who?' can be a family member...or perhaps the reader!

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Format

Board book
18 pages
Interest Age: twelve to eighteen months

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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

1st October 2009

ISBN

9781934618745


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