Play along with Humphrey and all the exciting things in his toy box. With Choo the Train, toy bricks and wooden animals there's lots of fun to be had!
A simple story and endearing images makes this board book prefect for very young children
Prefect for young children just learning words or reading. Nice pictures on one side, story on the other and then pages fill of small pictures with what they are underneath.
My daughter is 4 and enjoys these books cause she is learning to read, and looking at the picture she can work out what the word says. My son enjoys these books too cause he can work out what the pictures are. The books are hardback and all pages made out of cardboard so not easy to rip.
If you want an awesome playtime story then check this out and play with Humphrey, there is follow on books like mealtime, bathtime and bedtime.
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