Where's the Baby? Synopsis
On every one of the brilliantly patterned pages of this book, there is a mother animal with a baby. Children will love searching for the baby animal in this spot-and-find book. This is the fourth beautiful title in Britta Teckentrup's bestselling spotting series, which includes: The Odd One Out, Where's the Pair and One is not a Pair. The series has sold over 250,000 copies internationally.
Where's the Baby? Press Reviews
In Where's The Baby, Britta Teckentrup adds to her beautiful spot the difference series with Big Picture Book Press - and this time we're spotting the animal in the line-up who is hiding a baby too. From colourful parrots and a chattering chick to a herd of black and white zebra and a little foal to find, each page offers a stunning spread of illustration and design, with a neat little rhyme perfect for reading aloud. Animals included range from the farmyard chicken to the orca whale and the exotic green tree frog. This is definitely a book to share, and parents and their little ones will love searching the page to see who can find the baby first. The small gifty hardback format makes it excellent for classroom use or as a special present for a book lover with a keen eye. * BookTrust * One of the best children's illustrators around brings us another book in her bestselling Spotting series. Each illustration is a miniature work of art featuring a whole array of each animal, including elephants, hens, parrots, frogs, giraffes and many more - the variations are fascinating to spot. On every one of the brilliantly patterned pages of this book, there is a mother animal with a baby - and some of the babies are quite tricky to spot! Children will love searching for the baby animal in this spot-and-find book., perfect for developing observation skills. * Parents In Touch * Baby animals are the objects of the search in Britta Teckentrup's latest 'spotting' book, which, once again is intended to develop visual perception in the very young. A rhyming text accompanies each digitally composed spread and the challenge is satisfyingly demanding for youngsters: I had to search for a while to locate the gosling on the pond. With their matt colours and wallpaper style patterns, the artist's visuals really demand that you look closely savouring the pleasing design of each one be it the vibrant parrots,the farmyard hens, the kangaroos, the zebras or the seahorses to name just some of the fourteen creatures featured. The final challenge in the book is different asking, 'can you see the mother/ whose babies are TWINS?' Alluring, absorbing and enjoyable. * Red Reading Hub * Put your clever youngsters in the picture with this super brain-teasing, fun-filled puzzle book. Britta Teckentrup, creator of the bestselling The Odd One Out, Where's the Pair and One is Not a Pair, is back to bewitch and bewilder youngsters with the fourth gorgeously illustrated book in her hugely popular spotting series which has sold over 250,000 copies. In Where's the Baby, every one of the brilliantly illustrated pages contains a gallery of enchanting animals but there is only one mother animal with her baby. There's a baby croc, a small elephant, a tiny gosling and a joey kangaroo. Enjoy the delightful rhyming descriptions and then enjoy the fun of finding the mums and babies. Enchanting rhyming text and Teckentrup's stylish, trademark illustrations create an exciting, mind-expanding puzzle on each page and lots of spotting entertainment for all the family. And it's not as easy as it looks! Fun, challenging and ideal for some early, gentle brain-training, this sturdy, beautifully produced book is guaranteed to bring hours of pleasure and plenty of rewards! * Lancashire Evening Post * On each beautifully designed spread there's a baby animal to find, from sleepy sloths to stripy zebras * Little London *