Babies and toddlers always love looking at pictures of animals - and they will find plenty of them in this boardbook, presented in bold, bright photographs! The pictures show domestic pets such as cats, dogs and rabbits, as well as familiar countryside and farmyard animals including chickens, horses and sheep. Young readers will enjoy exploring the animal themes, both on their own and with an adult. It includes lots of cute baby animals, such as fluffy chicks, hungry kittens and playful puppies. Clear annotations show the different parts of animals, such as a duck's webbed feet, a chicken's beak, a cat's whiskers, a rabbit's ears, and a horse's hooves. The simple, lively text encourages reading skills and interactive questioning - are there any frogs near where you live, how many ducklings can you see? Developed with the help of expert consultants, this first words and picture book will delight and inform babies and young children. Experts agree that preschool children respond more immediately to photographs than to illustrations, and so this chunky boardbook is full of fun images of animals. It is visually exciting, designed for youngsters to enjoy and to learn from.
They will discover the different noises that animals make, how ducks dive into the water to feed, and what baby frogs are called. Compiled with the advice of educational experts, this series combines lively, simple text with bold, bright photographs to promote the development of literacy skills. The images are carefully grouped into visual and subject patterns, such as fully-grown animals with their young, and animals in their homes, either indoors or outside. This encourages young readers to make connections, and to see how various things evolve, link and work together.