This touch-and-feel board book is a great for silly kids who like to compare their ears, nose, and eyes to their favorite animals. Toddlers will learn to identify their own body parts and come to understand how they differ from animals. The book also offers a full tactile experience - children will love feeling the difference between a lion's soft mane and an elephant's leathery ears.
This book teaches kids eighteen months and up important development skills such as: - Self-identification - Vocabulary of animal names and body parts - Rhyming - Tactile senses
The Lamaze Infant Development System Book Program has books that will enrich your children's imagination and encourage their love for learning. Publishing books with contribution by child development authorities Doctors Jerome and Dorothy Singer, from Yale University, the Lamaze brand name is trusted by over 91% of new and expecting parents.