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A little girl looks for her doll among a group of other dolls. Features textured pages.
Turn the pages and touch the patches of different textures to develop sensory and language awareness.
A fresh, new springtime look for one of the most popular titles in the best-selling Touchy-feely series. The enduring appeal of Rachel Wells's illustrations and the opportunity to touch a variety of textures make these books pre-school classics. Will appeal to the imagination of very young children, who will enjoy touching the different bunny rabbits in this bright and fun board book.
This delightful series of board books is aimed at very young children. The bright pictures with their patches of different textures, are designed to develop sensory and language awareness.
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Gives children the opportunity to colour in the illustrations of Rachel Wells. With a coloured illustration of each dinosaur to act as a guide and a black and white illustration to colour on the opposite page, this title lets children follow the suggested colour scheme as closely (or as loosely) as they like.
The book is totally fiction, but should make you laugh as you imagine your brothers, cousins or local boys in the same situations that the boys in the book find them in. Although I don’t think you should try any of the techniques on a boy, as it would be terribly embarrassing for him. The book starts with various sections, about controlling boys by various girly means – a how to guide and also various suggestions of things to do with them, when under your control, before reading the stories themselves. The main section contains about 12 stories, with boys of ages from 6 to 12 or so, but the main story of 8-year old Tom and his young 7-year old sister, Pam, is very large and so is interspersed, between the other stories with Tom Continued - Parts B to L, to stop you getting bored, with the one boy, being put through his paces by his sister.
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