DK Publishing (1999), 12 pages
"From soft rabbits to velvety calves, there are all sorts of textures to explore in this safe, sturdy book that encourages preschool learning."--P.  of cover.
LibraryThing member nmhale
As is the case with a lot of board books, this series has a very specific format: touch and feel. The text is kid friendly, and each page layout features a different type of inserted textures for babies to feel. Furry patches or leathery strips or hard shiny plastic are some examples of the
Show Moredifferent mediums used. What sets this series apart from the numerous other touch-and-feel varieties is the maker. DK Publishers consistently churn out books with lovely visual production. In this case, all the pictures are high quality photographs, the text is bold and easy to read, and the cover is attractive. Our baby girl enjoys reading them all, and can easily turn the thick pages by herself.
LibraryThing member Ian2
Touch and feel textures
LibraryThing member DVerdecia
It is a good simple book for the infant. The intent of the book is to have the parent read the book to the infant while letting the infant feel the pages. Of course, the infant will not be able to read but would hopefully associate words with feelings. I thought this book was generally a good book.
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