A simple first photographic body book that should help very young children learn about all the different parts of the body. Parents and children can share naming, counting, discovering, and comparing. MacKinnon and Sieveking are the author and illustrator of How Many? and My First ABC .
It's bath time, and Daniel wants his big yellow duck. But where is it? Lift the flaps to find out, as you search through the pages of this stunningly photographed board book, part of the popular Surprise, Surprise! series.
Based on the game of I Spy, this photographic peephole book provides an exciting way for children to learn their shapes. Peep through the hole at the mystery shape, guess the answer and turn the page to reveal the surprise. Eye Spy Shapes features a host of familiar objects, stunningly photographed. Every spread contains irresistible pictures of children busy playing, indoors and out.
Alena, Marlon, Patrick and their friends are getting ready for the Nativity play. All the angels are putting on their wings. Then the play begins. The familiar story unfolds showing the wonder of the birth of Jesus. This photographic book includes easy-to-follow instructions for making of the costumes used in the nativity play.
"Happy birthday, Jack! Welcome to the world." From one day to one year old, we celebrate a baby's first year. First smile, first tooth, and whoops! first crawl... delightful words and photographs show how one little baby grows and develops. perfect for families who are awaiting or have just had a new baby.
A busy, bouncy group of toddlers find out about objects of different sizes, from the shortest dress to the tallest tower. This photographic book, featuring a multi-ethnic cast of children, is the ideal introduction to the concept of size.