Babies love playing peekaboo from about six months onward-and once they latch on to this simple game, they can't get enough of it! DK's Peekaboo books make the most of this fun interactive activity with flaps that open to reveal appealing babies and toys.
Peekaboo: Rainbow Colors focuses on a variety of objects to highlight the colors that make up our world
We just got this book sent over from a relative in Wales in Welsh titled Lliwaur Enfys PiPo! I was born in Wales and lived there until I was 13 but I don't speak any welsh but luckily the book has the writing in both Welsh and English. Some of the simple words like of the colours I can say so it is good that I can expose my son to some Welsh words as it is part of his heritage. We had a friend come over for a visit and she read him the whole book in Welsh which was really cool to hear.
The book is lovely with bright pictures focusing on different colours. Each page says where is the baby dressed in ..... and then you lift the flap and say peekaboo. My son loves peekaboo and will say boo as soon as we open the flap to see who is behind it. I quite often see him opening the flaps and saying boo when he is playing by himself. I love the book because it is so interactive and we can sit and play the little game.
At the end of the book you find the baby dressed in the colours of the rainbow and then you name all the colours of the rainbow. This is really great as it gives me a starting point to introduce my son to colour names and get him to point at the colours. We are trying to start slowly introducing this in many ways but this book is good for focus time on colours.
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Lily can see how much Adam needs Nori, but she knows that the dolphin should not spend the rest of her life in captivity. Can she help Nori regain her freedom without betraying her family.
Based on a true story.
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