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Farm Animals
Farm Animals
Farm Animals
by Barron's

Toddlers will love this book because the pictures really do go into action. Bright, simple illustrations on every page, including the front cover - display moving parts that kids manipulate via small finger holes.  Farm Animals  introduces toddlers to a pig, a cow, a lamb, a chicken, and their babies - animals that come to life at the simple movement of baby's finger. Pictures are simply labeled on pages constructed of extra-thick board stock with rounded corners for safety.

Age: 2 Year-olds | Title: Farm Animals  |  Author: Barron's  |  Publisher: Barron's Educational Series

Toddlers will love this book because the pictures really do go into action. Bright, simple illustrations on every page, including the front cover - display moving parts that kids manipulate via small finger holes.  Farm Animals  introduces toddlers to a pig, a cow, a lamb, a chicken, and their babies - animals that come to life at the simple movement of baby's finger. Pictures are simply labeled on pages constructed of extra-thick board stock with rounded corners for safety.

This is a tremendously fun book that encourages your little one to explore it with all of their senses. The book includes little finger holes that your child can use to make the animals move. These allow your child to actively participate in reading the story.

As you read the book with your little one, they will enjoy looking at the boldly illustrated animals. Each page includes only the name of the animal, so they will not be overwhelmed by excessive plot or text. The introduction of one vocabulary word per page will help your child recognize words by pointing at each animal and saying its name aloud. This will be instrumental in helping them associate the animal with the word.

My niece, Audrey, got a particular kick out of the pigs in the book. She delighted in the fact that she could make the big pig thrash around on his back in the mud. Audrey loves animals and really enjoyed being able to make them move and do all sorts of funny things.

--Eve

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