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Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar deserves its reputation as a much-loved classic. Full of bright and imaginative illustrations and ingenious cut-out details, it charts the progress of a very hungry caterpillar as he eats his way through the week.
Suitable for children 0 - 8 years.
Little Truck is setting out to explore! He's going fast, climbing hills, and braving tunnels, being just the right amount of careful along the way. But no matter how far he goes, his caring parent is never far behind. This on-the-go board book by beloved author-illustrator Taro Gomi is perfect for toddlers moving onwards and upwards to big adventures.
A pleasing poem that celebrates babies around the world. Whether from a remote village or an urban dwelling, a tent or the snow, Fox notes that each "of these babies, / as everyone knows, / had ten little fingers / and ten little toes.
Each stanza introduces a new pair of babies, and the illustrations cleverly incorporate the children from the previous stanzas onto one page, allowing readers to count not only fingers and toes but also babies. The last stanza switches its focus from two children to one "sweet little child," and reveals the narrator as that baby's mother.
Little readers will take to the repetition and counting, while parents will be moved by the last spread: a sweet depiction of mother and baby.
Roger Priddy's illustrated board bookNursery Rhymes features abeautiful, touch-and-feel embossed and textured drawings of popular nursery rhyme characters accompanying the sing-along CD.
Children will be encouraged to learn the words and interact with the music.
Part of the popular series of touchy-feely books with simple, repetitive text. Bright, colourful illustrations with textures to touch and feel on every page. It helps very young children develop language and sensory skills.
The Puffin Baby and Toddler Treasury is a timeless collection of favourite nursery rhymes, lullabies, poems, and stories, featuring well-loved characters such as Eric Hill's Spot, Raymond Briggs's The Snowman and Beatrix Potter's Tom Kitten.
Brought to life by some of the most talented children's illustrators, this treasury is perfect for sharing and will complete any child's first bookshelf.
With bumpy pages that toddlers will love to explore, theFind and Feelbooks aid speech development, learning through repetition and hand-eye coordination.
SNAP, SNAP says green crocodile, showing off his scaly smile.
Running quickly down the trail, SWISH goes purple lizard's tail.
Perfect for very small children, these brand-new books combine simple rhyming stories with tactile, bumpy pages and eye-catching artwork by Natalie Marshall.
Find and Feelbooks arespecially madeto help children learn theirvery first words.
Join the irrepressible Little Fish and count from one to ten in a deep-sea delight from the creator of Maisy.
First, there's just one fish -- Little Fish -- under the sea. But not for long: here come two fin-fin fish, three counting fish, and four flying fish. And can you imagine who else? Shy fish and scary fish, tiny fish and funny fish. With her fantastical celebration of color and patterns, Lucy Cousins makes the counting swim right along.
Destined to become a contemporary classic, this book has spare text and sweet illustrations but contains only five words:apple,pear,orange,bear--andthere.
Emily Gravett creates clever variations on this theme by rearranging the words--on one spread, a brown bear juggles an orange, apple, and pear; on another spread, there is an orange-colored apple and a pear-shaped bear.
Simple and compelling, children will enjoy reading this book over and over again as they learn many different concepts.
Board book:24 pages