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Don't tickle the lion! You might make it roar... Little ones just won't be able to resist tickling the touchy-feely patches to hear each animal make a sound in this hilarious novelty book. At the end, readers will find all the animals being noisy at once. An exciting new series for babies and toddlers, from the creators of That's not my...
Poppy and Sam are searching for Easter eggs on Apple Tree Farm. Children will love looking through the peep holes in this charming book to discover the colourful eggs, following fingertrails to trace the flight of a butterfly or bee, and spotting Daisy the cow, Clucky the hen and Rusty the pig along the way.
This sturdy little hide-and-seek board book is an excellent first reading experience. The story takes us though a vivid jungle filled with animals while on every page die-cut holes allow toddlers to peep through into the next scene, or to trace the shapes with their fingers. The pages are cleverly and carefully designed with lots of textured inlays too so that little ones can feel the shape of the toucan’s beak, or follow the looping flight of the parrot. In fact it’s packed with things to look at and things to touch and will help develop both vocabulary and sensory skills. ~ Andrea Reece
This little book is just the thing to show young children what an orchestra really is and how it works. From an opening page showing a group of musicians tuning up, it cleverly demonstrates what happens when all those people with their different instruments play together. Each spread introduces sections of the orchestra, naming the instruments and, via a special button embedded in each page, allows children to hear the music those instruments make too. It culminates with the whole orchestra plus conductor in the concert hall: press the button on the final page to hear the opening bars of their performance! Scan the QR code too to hear the piece all the way through. ~ Andrea Reece Lovereading4kids Back to School Favourites: The Great Grammar Book Listen and Learn First Chinese Words The Terrific Times Tables Book Come to School Too, Blue Kangaroo! First Book About the Orchestra The Usborne Chess Book Look Inside How Computers Work My First Word Book About School I Yam a Donkey
Explore the garden through colour, touch and sound in this gorgeous Touchy-feely Sound book from Usborne Books. Each page has plenty for young hands and eyes to explore. The book also features a different sound chip cleverly added to bring the sounds of birds singing, bees buzzing and rain pitter pattering wherever you may be. Bright, colourful pictures on tough board with rounded corners make this a wonderful book to share with young book and nature lovers. A great book to entertain young children, while allowing them to exploring the world around them.
Young children will be able to provide a musical accompaniment to the Christmas festivities with this appealing novelty book. At the bottom is a sturdy keyboard, notes coded with coloured circles or stars, and on each pages there’s a favourite Christmas song or carol, nine in all, and a colour key so that children can pick out the tune. There’s a little introduction to each piece of music while extra notes at the beginning encourage children to listen to the sounds and chords the different notes make, and to try out their own tunes too. The illustrations are very sweet, featuring little mice in scenes relevant to the songs. ~ Andrea Reece
Six enchanting hardcover books in a sturdy slipcase box, with gentle stories to read aloud and magical illustrations to help toddlers and young children relax and be ready for bedtime at the end of a busy day. Each book contains five original tales, written for the very young.
Shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize 2013 This hilarious soundchip book will provide hours of cheeky fun for little children - and for everyone else! Follow the story of Little Bear as he discovers that all the animals in the forest have very noisy bottoms... including himself.
Contains lots of different activities for young children, including mazes, dot-to-dots and doodling. This title features wipe-clean pages so that the activities can be done again and again. It offers an useful way to help practise pen control. It also includes a wipe-clean pen.
This collection is an introduction to poetry for very young children, full of simple and beautiful poems with strong rhythms and rhymes to enjoy.
This book is full of big noisy diggers for little children to discover Ages:2+ there are five sounds on the panel, one for each digger, including a rumbling bulldozer, a thudding rock-breaker, an excavator digging a hole and a tipper truck unloading rocks. Fun and charming illustrations by Gabriele Antonini. Ages:2+
Join in the Easter egg hunt with this charming flap book. Little children will enjoy helping the baby animals to find the hidden egg on each spread. At the end of the book, children can count all the eggs that they have found, and even catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny herself if they are lucky! Scenes include lambs in a meadow, ducklings on a pond, chicks in the farmyard, puppies in the garden and kittens in the barn.
This is a boisterous sticker book full of busy castle scenes, with over 100 stickers to add to the pictures. Scenes include a castle siege, a feast, a joust and the chance to make your own castle.
There are dozens of different animals to discover in this fun sticker book. With over 450 stickers, children will love placing the right stickers on the different scenes. Themes include the zoo, pets, under the sea, wild animals, farm animals and more. WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking Hazard.
This is a thrilling introduction to prehistoric times. It has fabulous illustrations and clear, simple text. It is an ideal reference book for school projects. It features a glossary, index and facts and records. It presents internet-links to amazing websites. What was the biggest dinosaur? When was the ice age? Why did the dinosaurs die out? Find out in this lavish and lively book. Simple text, beautiful illustrations, stunning photographs of dinosaur models and links to exciting recommended websites introduce young readers to the wonder of the prehistoric world.
A fun and lively sticker book with busy zoo scenes to fill. Favourite zoo scenes include the lions and tigers, the aquarium, the elephants and the reptile house. Contains over 100 colourful stickers.
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