Best Touch and Feel Books for Your Baby's Bookshelf | BrightlyXavier Deneux's chic, bold style and insightful grasp of what makes younger children think, connect, and smile has resulted in over critically lauded books. He lives in Paris, France. Child development specialists have shown that children learn best when they acquire knowledge through multiple senses. Not only sight and sound, but touch as well, are critical elements in their development. Children love learning to name objects and they are in for a multisensory treat with this big book containing words and 30 touch-and-feel elements.
10 Touch-and-Feel Books for Babies
The classic Pat the Bunny by Dorothy Kunhardt has introduced generations of children to the world of touch-and-feel books. Now these books are more interactive and fun than ever. They mix the traditional elements of reading a picture book with touching, listening and even chewing! Here are 14 interactive storybooks sure to help your child love reading. Find a favorite for every personality, whether your little one prefers pandas, pirates or princesses. Available at amazon. The illustrations are bright and eye-catching, and the peekaboo-style pages build excitement as readers anticipate what is under the flap.
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Some books just repeat the same texture over and over but with new names, like soft , fuzzy , furry , and fluffy. They sound different, but when you touch them they all feel the same! This board book is about mealtime and all the pieces involved including bibs, chairs, and more. It is durable and has large tactile areas for little hands to feel. Another great and unique aspect of the book is that is written in three languages- English, Spanish and French! The author has a partner book as well titled, I Love to Sleep that is just as wonderful. Expose your child to multiple languages while reading about familiar concepts for young children with both books!