Posts tagged ‘Board Book’

MOMMY CALLS ME MONKEYPANTS by J.D. Lester and illustrated by Hiroe Nakata

monkeypantsThis adorable board book captures the special bond between mother and child. Colorful illustrations with simple text that cleverly shows the funny nicknames mommy comes up with for the baby.  Board Book. 

Highly recommend. 

Tara Somersall- Yonkers- Grinton I. Will Library

February 11, 2009 at 8:29 pm Leave a comment

BABY NOSE TO BABY TOES by Vicky Ceelen

babynose2Author of Baby! Baby! returns with simple rhyming text along with vivid photographs that captures the resemblance of babies and human animals from head to toes and fingers and noses. This board book is a must have for all collections.

Highly Recommended  Tara Somersall, Yonkers- Grinton I. Will Library

February 11, 2009 at 7:16 pm Leave a comment

FLIP-UP COUNTING by Chuck Murphy

flipupcountingThis colorful, interactive little board book presents counting concepts from 1-10.  Wedged between each page is a flip up tab that pulls up a picture of the number.  Pull up a tab, and the reader looks for the number of animals (2 ducks, 3 puppies, 4 kittens, etc.), in the corresponding base page.  The only downside is wear and tear on the flip-up.  This book is easy to use, attractive and fun.  It is excellent for repetition and presentation of early literacy concepts.  Board book.  Recommend.

Anne Beier
Hendrick Hudson Free Library and Irvington Public Library

November 5, 2008 at 5:57 pm Leave a comment

FLIP-UP SHAPES by Chuck Murphy

flipupshapesThis interactive little board book presents ten basic shape concepts. Wedged between each page is a flip up tab that pulls up a picture of the shape and names it.  The reader looks for the corresponding shape in a colorful, base page of a simple scene.  Flip up a rectangle, and find the rectangles in an illustration of a window with shutters and a flower box. Each page, including the covers, are double sided efficiently used and present a new concept; ten in all. The only downside is wear and tear on the flip-up.  This book is easy to use, attractive and fun. It is excellent for repetition and presentation of early literacy concepts.  Board Book.  Recommend

Anne Beier
Irvington Public Library and Hendrick Hudson Free Library

November 5, 2008 at 5:09 pm Leave a comment


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