Your cart is empty
This light-hearted board book by the author of "I Can, Can You?" and "My Up & Down & All Around Book" features wonderful photographs of young children with Down syndrome enjoying a wide selection of healthful foods, from fruits and vegetables to meats and snacks. Simple, singsong questions -- I like broccoli, do you? -- invite participation by little ones (aged birth to 4 years) as they anticipate and say the word for the food in each photograph. And when youngsters see children just like themselves eating nutritious foods with different textures, temperatures, colours, tastes, and smells, they will want to try them too! The book encourages a varied diet that can minimise potential sensory or oral-motor issues often associated with Down syndrome. Read it from cover to cover with your child, or tailor it to meet your child's specific dietary needs (GF/CF, non-allergenic).
Future Baby is an inspirational board book series for all children! Future Baby is a sturdy board book series that takes a playful peek into the assortment of jobs that every baby could do when they grow up. With fun facts to help foster curiosity and empower little ones to listen, problem-solve and take care of others, Future Doctor is a fun and chunky board book that's perfect for little ones. the perfect gift for a toddler about to go to hospital - it's clear and reassuring gorgeous bold bright illustrations to cheer everyone up a must for toddlers with parents who have big dreams for their children depicts children with disabilities and injuries in a non-threatening way With Future Baby, you can be anything!
It's nearly Cedric the dragon's bedtime - there's just time for his mum to read him his favourite book. Unfortunately for her, Cedric likes the story so much that he wants to hear it again . . . and again . . . and again . . . A cross dragon is a fiery dragon, and Cedric ends up burning a hole right through the book! Again! is a typically funny and irresistible book from star author and illustrator, Emily Gravett, twice winner of the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal.
Which chores need doing today? What's the best way of doing them? And who's going to help? Helping with real tasks is a natural progression from pretend play, and is a crucial stage in a child's development. Achieving a shared goal encourages a sense of responsibility, and develops many skills useful in later life. Simple conversational text and lively illustrations are carefully designed to encourage further dialogue between reader and child.
Grab your wellies, it's time to visit the farm! Meet the farmer, milk the cows, splash in the mud with the pigs, and search for the eggs. Spot many of your favourite farmyard animals. With cut-outs so you can peek through to the next page, and fun flaps to discover lots of things along the way! Come to the farm for a brilliant day out, with bright and cheerful illustrations.
Introduces readers to the concept of opposites through the pairing of clean and dirty. Simple text, straightforward photos, and a photo glossary make this title the perfect primer on a common pair of opposites.
It's a lovely day and Spot and his friends are ready to play football together. Spot and Helen are captains of the red and blue teams, but who will score the most goals?
Join the group of animal friends and the much-loved Spot as they learn it's the taking part that counts - and, most importantly, have fun!
Circles were smooth and round. Good at rolling, spinning, and pushing. They all turned together to make things go. Squares were sturdy and even. Good at stacking, steadying, and measuring. They all fit together to make things stay. In a world where everybody is a shape and every shape has a specific job, Sam is a square who longs for softer corners, rounder edges, and the ability to roll like a circle. But everyone knows that squares don't roll, they stack. At least that's what everyone thinks until the day Sam takes a tumble and discovers something wonderful. He doesn't have to be what others want or expect him to be. With playful imagery, this story considers identity and nonconformity through the eyes of Sam, a square struggling to find his true place in the world.
Brilliant board books for toddlers based around senses. Exploring the concept of touch, this title features familiar scenes and fun words to encourage lively chatter.
Babies and toddlers will love Sophie la girafe (R): Sophie on the Move, feeling the soft, shiny and bumpy patches throughout this board book. Join Sophie la girafe as she drives fast in her little car then very slow in her big-wheeled tractor, high in a stunt plane then low in a submarine. Let your little one become engrossed in the story and feel the bumpy tractor tyres or the soft, silky sail on the sailing boat. With a variety of textures to feel and sturdy board pages, this small-sized Sophie the Giraffe book is ideal for anyone wanting baby touch and feel books or charming baby gifts.
You may like...
Ready to Go! Toilet Time: a Training Kit…
Janet Hall Hardcover R169 Discovery Miles 1 690
Little Fish and Friends: A…
Lucy Cousins Hardcover
My Favorite Color - I Can Only Pick One?
Aaron Becker Board book
Never Touch a Spider!
Make Believe Ideas Ltd, Rosie Greening Board book
It's Christmas Time!
Andrew Davenport Board book
1, 2 ,3 Bumblebee
Natalie Marshall Board book (1)
Let's Find Zog
Julia Donaldson Board book
I Feel Angry
Connor Stratton Paperback
Usborne First Experiences: Going To The…
Civardi Staple bound
Bing's Bedtime Collection
Board book (1)