Say and Point Picture Boards: Hop, Skip, Jump

Say and Point Picture Boards: Hop, Skip, Jump

By: Nicola Tuxworth (author)Children's & Novelty

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Babies and toddlers love bouncing and all kinds of energetic skipping and jumping games - so they will delight in looking at this action-packed first picture book, either with grown-ups or by themselves. It features straightforward text and stimulating word play on everyday activities that little ones will identify with. It is full of clear, cheerful photographs of children just like them, skipping around the playground, jumping over blocks, dancing, running and pretending to fly. Visually exciting, fun to use and built to last, this is an ideal introduction to the world of books. This special padded boardbook will bring a smile to any little one's face. The say-and-point style encourages word skills and recognition in youngsters. It features lots of photographs of young children, enjoying a hopping race, throwing and catching balls, playing hide and seek, and much more. This lively and entertaining book is designed to capture a child's attention with images and ideas that he or she will immediately respond to. Meanwhile, the child's parent, guardian or teacher can point to and repeat the words and simple phrases.With engaging pictures and accessible text throughout, this book is a fun first step (or hop, or skip, or jump) towards reading.

About Author

Nicola Tuxworth is a leading educational writer for children. She has created over forty books for preschool learning and for child-and-parent play, including several titles in this series.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781861476302
  • Format: Children's & Novelty
  • Number Of Pages: 20
  • ID: 9781861476302
  • ISBN10: 1861476302

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