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Baby Touch and Feel : Animals - DK

Baby Touch and Feel

Animals

By: DK

Board Book | 21 January 2008

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An interactive touch and feel book for babies with furry friends and read-aloud text! Tactile elements and delightful imagery will encourage the development of motor skills and early learning.

Baby Touch and Feel: Animals is an interactive and fun way to help your child learn not only words but shapes and textures too. Bold, bright pictures and colorful animal-inspired illustrations will be more than enough to keep your baby's attention. This adorable picture book is a perfect first book for toddlers and makes for an ideal baby gift.

Read all about an exciting selection of animals, from cute puppies to the mighty elephant! Not too big and not too small, this sturdy, padded sensory book is just the right size for little hands to hold. No need for Mom and Dad to turn the pages! Babies and toddlers can turn the tough board book pages themselves, which helps to develop their fine motor skills while building an early language foundation.

This charming board book for babies includes:

- An amazing range of different textures to explore.
- Cleary labeled pictures and a simple, easy to follow design.
- Easy-to-read text to encourage early vocabulary building.
- A texture or eye-catching area on every page.
- Rounded edges and chunky pages, protecting babies and their growing teeth.

Learning to read should always be this fun. Kids will get hours of play from this sturdy board book for babies and toddlers, from making the noises and reading the names to feeling the different textures, like the kitten's wool ball to the soft fur of the rabbit. This touchy-feely book, with its strong, baby-safe jacket, makes for an ideal baby gift. Packed full of shiny objects and some bumps and grooves, this educational book will engage small children and stimulate early childhood development in different ways.

Complete the Series

This delightful book is part of the Baby Touch and Feel range of board books for babies and toddlers from DK Books and includes titles like Baby Touch and Feel I Love You, Baby Touch and Feel Bedtime, Baby Touch and Feel Colours and Shapes, and more for your little one to enjoy!

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