Looking Good!

Publisher: Child’s Play

Elephant has floppy ears – do you? Bush baby has some lovely big round eyes. What about you? Even Lizard has little fingers and toes. So do you!

This delightful board book for babies has nice, thick board pages that are strong enough for plenty of tugs and chews as you read it with your little one. Page by page, the book identifies a great selection of bright animals with a good sized flap on the facing page, which reveals a friendly picture of a smiling baby.

Little ones will start to learn the words for their body parts – teeth, nose, ears, eyes, fingers and toes – as they enjoy the "reveal" on each page. After a few reads, they will also enjoy turning the page and recognising the '...so do I!'.

The repetition and recognition of a diverse selection of babies just like them under the flaps makes it a perfect book for reading aloud with little ones to develop their language skills, with plenty of fun into the bargain.

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