Some great books are released this year to introduce your tot to popular classic, while building his hand-to-eye coordination and prompting him to follow instructions. Here are three to look out for:
Hello, Peter! – Beatrix Potter
This is an introduction to Beatrix Potter's classic tale of the mischievous Peter Rabbit. The colourful book is perfect for young ones. It combines learning with playtime.
Peek through the holes of this interactive board book to find out who is splashing in the bath, who is curling up to sleep and where the sleepy moon is.
Oh, Baby, the Places You'll Go! – Dr Seuss
An introduction to the world of Dr Seuss. In rhyming verse, Dr Seuss tells tales of the characters and stories from the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Yertle the Turtle, the Great Birthday Bird, The Grinch and other popular Dr Seuss books.
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