Baby Touch: Flip-Flap Book

Baby Touch: Flip-Flap Book

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This is a brilliant flip-flap book from the Ladybird "Baby Touch" series. A multi-sensory experience for babies, with touch-and-feels, shiny foil and flip-flap pages for mixing and matching high-contrast pictures. Simple words and phrases are repeated throughout to help develop language skills and encourage interaction between parent and baby as they explore the world together. Ladybird's "Baby Touch" series is the perfect way to introduce babies to books, and to the world around them. Encouraging interaction and play, these books are lots of fun for the very youngest babies, as well as toddlers. Look out for these other titles in the series: "Hello! Buggy Book"; "Peekaboo"; "Peepo Teddy!"; "Snuggle Cloth Book"; "Squeaky Book"; "Twinkle Lullaby"; "Baby Touch Numbers"; "Baby Touch Farm"; "Flip-Flap Book"; "Star Buggy Book"; "Baby Touch: Box of Books" well as many more.

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Product details

  • Board book | 12 pages
  • 238 x 259 x 13mm | 372g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • Ladybird
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1409305155
  • 9781409305156
  • 10,521

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Customer reviews

We bought this book when our child was about 8 months old. She loves it and it became quite obvious which parts of the book were her favourite. We usually read/play this book lying down in the bedroom before bed. The pages split horizontally are a pain for us as when lying down you are restricted to ensuring the pages don't hit you and the baby in the face. So you can't join in and feel the different parts and point to different more
by Alyce Quinlan
This is nice, with lots of clear and bright pictures to point to. The pages are divided into two flaps, which are solid and will not tear. For older kids, there are also some that enable a little counting and comparing ('one big fish', 'three small fish'). But I find that my 18 month old needs a bit more of a story by now, and this doesn't have more
by Julian Hopkins