My First Touch and Feel Picture Cards: Colors and Shapes | DK USNo catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Kwame Alexander. Danielle Jawando. Written by Xavier Deneux. Illustrated by Xavier Deneux.
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Touch! My Big Touch-and-Feel Word Book
Xavier Deneux's chic, bold style and insightful grasp of what makes younger children think, connect, and smile has resulted in over critically lauded books. He lives in Paris, France. Child development specialists have shown that children learn best when they acquire knowledge through multiple senses. Not only sight and sound, but touch as well, are critical elements in their development. Children love learning to name objects and they are in for a multisensory treat with this big book containing words and 30 touch-and-feel elements. Featuring many things familiar in a young child's world-a soft blanket, the smooth skin of a dolphin, a rough-textured sack-this generously oversized volume helps young readers build vocabulary and develop picture and word associations.
A charming board book that incorporates classic, high-quality touch-and-feel elements in a baby-friendly word book format. Whether it's touching the soft, fuzzy .
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The fun begins even before the first page. That smart red tunic on the cover is soft velour, so the child reader is already exploring the book from the moment we pick it up. Rounded corners make the book more comfortable to hold. We encounter five paired images: a cat, a dog; a house and a hatching chick; a bicycle and a car; shoes and socks; and a ball and baby. While dominant colour palette is black and white with red highlights, primary colours are introduced, which will appeal well to young eyes. The opening spread is a simple, bold combination. Some of the word pairs probably work better in French, as some of the English words miss the alliterative qualities of the original.