Usborne Touchy Feely Books: Trucks - Fiona Watt Reviews
Description:ISBN 0746051832 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Fiona Watt / Board book / 6 Pages / Book is published 2002-10-25 by Usborne Publishing Ltd
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Fiona Watt Trucks (Touchy-Feely Board Books)
A large - format touchy - feely board book for toddlers and young ...
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Customer Usborne Touchy Feely Books: Trucks - Fiona Watt Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/10/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Very similar in style to the hugely popular 'that's not my' books, this truck book is a natural progression afrom the series as it has a little bit more going on, but still remains tactile and interactive. The book, as the title suggests, is all about trucks. They come in all different shapes and sizes here and have many exciting textures for babies and toddlers to explore, including surfaces which are rough, smooth, bumpy and shiny. The book is a little bit bigger than the 'That's not my' books, and is a little bit bigger than A5, with ten colourful pages. It is a sturdy board book made out of durable, strong cardboard which seems to stand the test ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10, updated on 21/01/12 (Very useful, 32 readings)
We were bought this book as a present for my eldest son when i had my second baby. He was 18 months old, and this book was very quickly a favourite with him and he asked for it all the time. It is by Fiona Watts and Rachel Wells who wrote the 'That's not my....' series that nearly every household seems to own, and it is a very similar style to those. It is hard backed, and the book is a little bigger than A5 size. It has 10 pages that are very easy for small children to turn the pages on. As the title implies, the pages each show a different truck, and each one has different features that are represented by touch and feel features on the page. Even ... Read the complete review