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Touch and Feel Baby Animals (Baby Einstein: Touch-and-Feel Fun!)

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Take your baby on asensory tour of the world of baby animals in this charming new board book.? Babies will be introduced to the animals that are just like them--babies! Through stunning real-life photos that feature touch and feel panels. Babies will love to touch a puppy's soft ears or the slippery skin of a dolphin.?
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Board Book, 10 pages
Published January 29th 2008 by Disney-Hyperion
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Jem
I love the concept of touch and feel books, especially now that I am mastering my fine motor skills. But the designers of this book just weren't thinking. All the soft animals--dog, cat, chick--have very small areas to feel. The animal that has the largest feelable area? The porcupine. Why would they think kids would rather rub the hard side of velcro more than some soft fluff? Good concept, poorly executed.
Jamie
Good book. My BIGGEST criticism for this one that brings it down to 3 stars is there's too much writing for the age group I think it is best suited for. The babies I read it too would get too bored by the time I finished all the reading. To make this book better, in my opinion, I introduced the main character- the monkey and basically said, let's go meet the animals! Then I said, "Look! A chicken!" Or whatever it was, and had them feel it as I did an animal sound. I would also try to incorporate ...more
Marisa
This is a really cute book. Both my 2 year old and my 5 month old like touching the animals and my 2 year old likes to point at all the animals and make the sound they make and say what they are.
Gabriele
Although the writing seems to be a bit for older babies/toddlers, this is a fun touch and feel book-- I especially appreciate the 'quills' on the hedgehog!
Sarah Stumphf
My 2 year old loves this book and he has for a long time now. Great baby book.
Chrystal
Even though my girls are 5 and 3, they still like touch and feel books.
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