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Who am I?

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Part of the Begin Smart: Books for Smart Babies from Twelve to Eighteen Months Series

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Synopsis

Who am I? by

This book 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.Who Am I? This interactive mask book advances the game of peek-a-boo. By holding the book up as a mask, parents can take their children to the wonderful world of pretend. When they are able, children will delight in holding each page up to their own faces to ask, 'Who am I?'

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Book Info

Format

Board book
12 pages
Interest Age: eighteen months and two years

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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

20th November 2008

ISBN

9781934618776


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