Bright baby touch and feel
Cute pictures, rhyming text to read aloud and touch and feel textures make this book perfect for you and your bright baby
There are very few small children who don't like little fuzzy baby animals, so this type of book is always a welcome addition to a child's book collection. It is sturdy, with board book style pages, and the touch and feel pieces on each page are well stuck into the pages.
These Bright Baby books are just that - bright and colourful - they have nice strong primary colours on each page, with clear pictures of each baby animal. Along with these, there is good text to go along with the pictures and texture spots to share with the child.
Being small of size, they are also the perfect size for little hands to pick up and read over and over again - and they do!
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