A beautiful picture book with rhyming text introducing babies to animals they can find in the wilderness.
Can you see the elephant taking a bath in the sea? Or the tiger prowling through the forest? It’s time to get drawn further into the wilderness and meet the fascinating creatures that live there!
Wave at the jungle monkeys swinging, join in with the squawking toucans and uncover the many other charming animals that live in the wild, all in this colorful, interactive board book. While little ones marvel at our different jungle friends, the rhyming text makes this the ideal book for helping toddlers identify names and find their first words. With raised elements on the page for curious fingers to follow and plenty of bright colors and fun patterns to point to, this is the perfect hands-on introduction to wildlife that children and adults alike will enjoy!
This baby board book for 0-3 year olds offers:
– 10 beautifully illustrated pages with bright colors and eye-catching patterns. – Simple, age-appropriate rhyming text that is perfect for reading aloud. – Beautiful raised elements on the page for little ones to explore and touch. – Baby-safe pages; this chunky board book has chew-proof pages and rounded edges to keep your little one safe as they learn new skills.
A board book that will engage little ones time and time again, Little Chunkies: Animals in the Wild will make a lovely addition to any little animal-lovers bookshelf. Ideal for 0-3 year olds, the beautiful and simple tactile introduction to favourite wild animals and their behaviors will enthrall early learners, as they are taken on an exciting tour of the jungle.
A recent study suggests that rhyming helps babies and children learn about words, sounds and language formation, as well as making their first reading experience enjoyable. The raised elements that kids can touch and feel are perfect for babies to engage with, capturing their attention and sparking excitement. Young children also learn through their senses, so the addition of tactiles will support their discovery of wilderness friends.