For even more fun: imitate animal sounds and encourage your baby to express these sounds!
Usborne Books, 2021
Little ones just won't be able to resist tickling the touchy-feely patches to hear each animal make a sound in this book.
Pan Macmillan, 2020
A board book where you lift the giant flaps to reveal the animals and lots of exciting textures.
What On Earth Publishing, 2021
Discover mischievous monkeys, slithery snakes, smiling sloths, hovering hummingbirds and delightful dolphins in the of the most exciting place on Earth.
Scholastic Inc., 2020
Transform into baby farm animals with this engaging book featuring a die-cut mirror, adorable tabbed ears, and a squeaker.
Matthew Van Fleet
Simon & Schuster, 2021
Children will delight in this interactive introduction to an incredible assortiment of pets, from guinea pigs and rabbits to pot-bellied pigs, reptiles, fish, and more! Sturdy pull tables, flaps, textures and a fabulous pop-up finale will engage young readers as they discover the world of possible pets to get.
Scholastic Inc., 2021
With a different interactive touch on every page, Animal Babies introduces the youngest child to different baby animals, promoting language development, early literacy, hand-eye coordination, and adult-child interaction. Includes an embroidered patch on the cover!
Nosy Crow, 2020
There are lots of creatures in the woods. Where are they hiding and what are they doing? In this innovative lift-the-flap book, little ones can pore over the beautiful collaged pages and explore under rocks and logs to learn lots of interesting facts about the forest.
Fiona Watt and Rachel Wells
Usborne Books, 2021
Meet five adorable bunnies in this book with their bold illustrations, patches to stroke, and a mouse to spot on every page, all designed to develop sensory and language awareness.
Penguin Young Readers Group, 2021
Can you guess all of the animal sounds? Luckily, The Very Hungry Caterpillar has helpful hints along the way! Children will love imitating the sounds of each of the animals in this sturdy board book.
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