A Book About Marley Bear at the Farm

(1 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Nosy Crow

Review

Marley Bear is having a day out at the farm. There’s plenty to spot, from a wheelbarrow to a hen, and even Marley’s friend, Gus the Lion.

On one page, little ones are invited to make the noises of different farm animals, followed by a mirror so that they can look at themselves and see what noises they can make, too! Marley Bear also invites us to stroke one of the sheep with a fluffy, tactile cutout, and explore card and felt flaps to see what animals are behind them. Finally, it’s time to go home, and Marley Bear drives off in his yellow felt car.

This new board book series is intended more for toddlers than younger babies as it has that bit more content and interaction, but babies will probably still enjoy it. There are plenty of good, sturdy flaps and the book is tough enough to withstand enthusiastic chewing, too.

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