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An innovative and engaging way to teach babies and toddlers their ABC. Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a picture formed using finger and thumb prints which are turned into animals by the addition of simple illustration and photographs.....
In this tender board book, a kitten practices the basics of feline behavior over the course of a day. A single word of text per spread teaches readers "how to be a cat" - how to stretch, clean, pounce, feast - while the striking paper cuts illustrate...
Tiseniko goes for a ride along the shore in Tonga on a borrowed bike.
In My Favourite Puppy, older babies and toddlers will have lots of fun playing peekaboo with the easy-to-grab pull-down flaps and turning the wheel to choose their favourite character. From the adorable puppy with a rumbly tummy to the cheeky puppy who...
Engaging first colours book featuring a rainbow array of colourful creatures in the distinctive Alphaprints style. Fingerprints are turned into animals from a red fox to a blue whale and pink pigs by adding fun photographs of everyday things for children...
This adorable story explores the jittery anticipation of the first day of preschool.
Dust bunnies who enjoy rhyming games encounter a grumpy dust bunny.
The Climbing Tree is an eloquent, poetic fable with a timeless message about growing up, sibling rivalry, and brotherhood. Little Brother wants to follow Big Brother up the branches of the Climbing Tree, but Mom tells him he has to wait until he's older....
Paula Vásquez's charming illustrations of best friends, Bird and Alligator, help teach opposite concepts of up and down, little and big, open and closed, out and in, short and tall, clean and dirty, dry and wet, noisy and quiet, near and far, awake and...
Snowy-cadabra! Can you pull a snowman out of this magical lift-the-flap book? Everyone loves winter, when snow drifts this way and that, Now can you pull a snowman out of this magic hat? This shaped novelty book is a magical lift-the-flap adventure full...
Illustrations and easy-to-read, rhyming text celebrate girls who race, fly, and drive everything from a dump truck to a rocket ship.
When Bear sets off to discover what kind of bear he is, he meets a grizzly bear, a polar bear, a black bear, and even a spectacled bear, but none of them seem to help in his quest until Nelly convinces him that he can be her bear.
Amy is determined to make a perfect dumpling like her parents and grandmother do, but hers are always too empty, too full, or not pinched together properly.
Will the caveboy's crush respond favorably to his grand, attention-getting gestures?
In this picture book with minimal text, a tiger with a chair on its back wanders across the different but beautiful landscapes of the Earth, from an Alpine lake to the tundra.
A first book of animals to touch and feel.
This unique words book will delight children with textured pages and words they can match to the inventive pictures which use a fingerprint to form each illustration.
A touchy-feely board book with simple, repetitive text, tactile patches and bold illustrations specially designed for babies and toddlers. Small children can meet a range of friendly hedgehogs, and by using their sense of touch, work out which hedgehog...
Ho, ho, ho! Have a merry Christmas with this festive touch-and-feel board book. There are sing-song seasonal rhymes to read, and the fun Christmas characters are created by adding pictures of everyday things to big, bold embossed fingerprints. With.....
Different animals for toddlers to touch and feel on each page.
A touchy-feely board book with simple, repetitive text, tactile patches and bold illustrations suitable for babies and toddlers. A little, white mouse appears on every page, for children to spot.
This unique number book will delight children with textured pages, words to learn and wonderful fingerprint pictures.
High contrast illustrations of things that go--trucks, cars, boats, and more.
High contrast illustrations of different faces -- boy, girl, awake, asleep and more.
Join Spot and his mum in a brand new story as they go on a shopping trip to the supermarket. Spot loves helping, and he has lots of ideas for what they should buy. Shopping with Mum is lots of fun!
This is a delightful, brand new title in the award-winning "That's Not My..." series which has sold approximately ten million titles world-wide. Babies and little children will love exploring the different touchy-feely textures on the pandas. Which bits...
Simple, repetitive text helps children to associate the adjectives with the sensation of touching the tactile patches.
"Bright pictures and different textures will delight babies and very small children as they turn the pages and look at the animals"--Cataloguer.
Combines bright, colourful illustrations with a variety of different textures to touch and feel.
Bright pictures with patches of varying textures designed to develop sensory and language awareness in very young children, as well as telling a fun story!
Spot the dog has a memorable first day at school.
Combining bright and colourful illustrations with a variety of different textures to touch and feel on each page, 'That's Not My Monkey' helps very young children to develop important language and sensory skills.
A small mouse explains why each of a succession of pirates are not his. Children can feel differently textured areas in each illustration while reading or listening to the story.
A small mouse explains why each of a succession of ponies is not his.
"A small mouse, who appears in each picture, explains why each of a succession of mermaids are not his. With differently textured areas in each illustration children can feel the book as well as listen to the story."--Cataloguer.
A look at the world of a princess.
A small mouse explains why each of a succession of kittens are not his. Children can feel differently textured areas in each illustration while reading or listening to the story.
At the park Spot and his friends like to play with a ball.
This board book offers a combination of simple text, illustrations and things to feel in order to help very young children develop sensory and language awareness. It uses a variety of textured patches to encourage interactive play and help children explore...
The hunt is on for teddy... "A delightful touchy-feely book with simple, repetitive text and bold illustrations suitable for babies and toddlers"--Publisher.
Produced for babies and toddlers, this board book explores what a lion feels like. Each double page features a different texture such as soft fur or smooth ears, designed to encourage sensory awareness and interactive play.
A puppy's first Christmas is a time of many delights. Flaps conceal parts of the illustrations.
Suitable for reading with your child and helping them to learn about opposites, this book is filled with colourful illustrations of Spot in different scenes that can be familiar to toddlers.
Serenity Strainer was perfect. But then she discovered something perfectly awful . . . The Dreadful Fluff! From the award-winning author of Pearl Barley and Charlie Parsley, Sunday Chutney and The Ghost of Miss Annabel Spoon .
"Join Spot and his friends as they take part in lots of fun sports. Who will win the race, and will Spot score a goal?"--Back cover.
"It's time for bed but Spot has lots of "Goodnights" to say before he can settle down to sleep." --Back cover.
"In this book with your little eye, take a look and play 'I spy'"--Back cover, 2018 edition.
Pearl Barley and Charlie Parsley are the best of friends. But they are different in almost every way . . . Pearl Likes solving mysteries and moves rather fast in the world. Charlie likes taking baths and watching his garden grow. So how can Pearl Barley...
Including many different surfaces and textures which promote interaction with the book, this latest title in the 'Touchy-Feely' series encourages young children to explore many different topics. In this children are feeling the robot.
Spot is having fun exploring. Lift the flaps on this colourful picture book to find out who he meets on his busy day.
A special board book version of the favourite lift-the-flap adventure in which Spot meets all the farm animals and makes an exciting discovery.
Every double page of this book features an interesting texture to feel, such as bumpy teeth or slippery flippers, as the reader explores the surface of a dinosaur. Combined with simple text and illustrations this is intended to help very young children...
Spot the dog goes to spend the day with his grandparents.
A puppy finds many animals and surprises when his mother sends him out on his first walk. Flaps conceal parts of the illustrations.
"A very simple non-fiction, lift-the-flap book for small children, packed with holes to peep through, flaps to peep beneath and snippets of factual information about what happens when night falls."--Provided by publisher.
"Maisy and her friends can't wait to play soccer! Maisy puts on her uniform, laces up her sneakers, and heads to the field. Charlie, Tallulah, and Dotty are on the blue team, while Maisy, Cyril, and Eddie are on the red. Let's play! Soon enough the game...
Join Maisy and her friends on a trip to the cinema! Lots of snacks, a BIG screen and a very exciting film!
"Cute and curious meerkats have become one of the most popular furry animals. Suitable for adults and children alike, this fluffy, touchy-feely board book is part of the bestselling That's not my... series." --Publisher's description.
"Maisy ventures into the water in a story sure to make a splash with young children who are learning to swim. Today Maisy is going swimming for the first time, and she is a little nervous. Good thing Eddie and Tallulah are coming, too. Eddie is a natural,...
Maisy and Charley visit their friend Dotty, who lives in a big city filled with noisy traffic, enormous buildings, and crowded sidewalks.
A delightful touchy-feely book with bright pictures of tigers that aren't yours and then at last, "That's My Tiger!"
Dog loves his friends. He thinks they're brilliant. But he also thinks that he's the best, and he just won't stop telling them. So what happens when his friends decide to teach him a lesson, by showing him all the things they are best at?
This book provides a story that will help young children understand what preschool may be like. Maisy and her friends experience a busy day at preschool. They paint pictures, listen to a story, have a nap time and play together outside.
"Humorous animal characters introduce the basic colors and familiar items of clothing."--Provided by publisher.
A mother dog finds eight other animals hiding around the house before finding her lost puppy. Flaps conceal the animals.
A small mouse explains why each of a succession of penguins are not his. Children can feel differently textured areas in each illustration while reading or listening to the story.
Maisy has broken her leg playing on the trampoline, and now she's in hospital for the night. At first it's a bit scary being all on her own, but she soon makes friends with Dotty in the next bed and when Cyril and Tallulah visit the next day, Maisy begins...
Lola does not ever never want her wobbly tooth to fall out until she learns that the Tooth Fairy will leave money in place of a lost tooth.
The enduring appeal of Rachel Wells' charming illustrations, the opportunity to interact with a variety of different textures and the gentle humour of the simple, yet appealing text make these books pre-school classics. Will appeal to the imaginations...
Barbar's family go on a world tour, visiting a number of countries around the globe. In each place the children learn how to say "hello" and discover a bit about the local culture.
The added opportunity to touch a variety of textures should appeal to the imagination of very young children as they explore the surfaces of a toy tractor in this bright and lively board book. The book is designed to develop children's sensory and la...
"Swim with Little Fish and meet all his fishy friends in this splishy-splashy riot of colour and rhyme under the sea"-Jacket.
Za-Za the zebra must adjust to the arrival of a baby brother. Suggested level: junior.
A boy and rabbit both have two eyes that see things of almost any size.
Maisy the mouse and her toy panda get ready for bed.
Poor Panda doesn't feel well, so Doctor Maisy looks after him.
Maisy's going camping in the countryside - but it's not easy pitching a tent, as Maisy and her friends find out.
Maisy is off on a journey to see her friend Ella, but Ella lives such a long way away. Maisy must go by plane and what an exciting trip it is!
Vroom, vroom ! Maisy is flying high in her plane!
"Peep inside burrows, hives and treetops, and even under the sea, to find all kinds of animals in their homes."--Back cover.
"Have you ever wanted something so badly but been told no? Through several easy steps you will learn the basics of negotiating and the art of getting what you want."--Book jacket.
"With flaps and holes to peep underneath and through, life at the zoo is revealed. Snippets of information are combined with intriguing and stylish pictures." --Publisher description.
A sweet touchy-feely book, just right for sharing with babies and toddlers. The furry textures are a delight to touch, and even very young babies will reach out to touch them.
Maisy and Cyril catch a train and visit the seaside for a fun-filled holiday. Maisy enjoys packing her suitcase then meeting Cyril at a busy station where they catch a train to the seaside. They have fun at the beach then write postcards to their fri...
As each page is turned in this board book about a puppy a different texture is waiting to be discovered. It is intended to develop very young children's sensory and language awareness.
Millions of years ago, the prehistoric ancestors of today's trucks, such as garbageadon, dozeratops, and craneosaurus, roamed the Earth until they rusted out and became extinct.
Perfect for keeping young children entertained during plane jouneys. Combines illustrations of different planes with textures to touch and feel on each page.
There's so much for Maisy and her friends to discover in the museum: collections of old toys, dinosaurs, cars, costumes - even a large mammoth, a favourite of Eddie's.
When Charley gets a wobbly tooth, he goes a little wobbly himself. But then Maisy takes him to see Dr Biteright - the really nice dentist - and he soon gets a smile back on his face!
One night, young Tom is awoken by noises outside his house. He peeps out of the window and what should he see but PIRATES. And stranger still - they're GIRL PIRATES stealing the front of his house! Tom joins their pirate adventure across the high seas...
A variety of textures, large coloured images and a search for "my train" aims to captivate the very young. Each spread combines an illustration and a texture with simple text to develop sensory and language awareness. A first book for babies and toddlers...
All the other animals are doing something together--but not the hippopotamus.
Dogs of all shapes and sizes bark from one to ten.
An assortment of animals on a boat take a bath, put on their pajamas, brush their teeth, and exercise before going to bed.
Maisy goes to the library in search of a book about fish and a quiet place in which to read it.
This board book provides an introduction to the theme of transport, it is in the shape of a bright green train and takes Maisy and all her friends on a journey through tunnels and up and down valleys.
This board book provides an introduction to the theme of transport, it is in the shape of a bright red fire engine with Maisy waving along with her friend Cyril. Cyril checks the water in the hose, but he scares a cat who climbs onto a house. Firefighter...
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