Usborne touch and feel books
Touch & Feel Books | Book PeopleBook People is the place to look when you're after novelty books for children. All available at unbelievable prices, we have an exciting selection of touch-and-feel books that will delight and entertain babies. The chunky, interactive board books in Usborne's That's Not My That's Not My Teddy That's Not My Puppy is the perfect book for encouraging interactive play in babies and toddlers. Every page had a different texture just waiting to be discovered and the bright illustrations and simple text are sure to help in developing both sensory and language awareness.
Touch and Feel Books
Never heard of Usborne? Not available at this time? No worries — shop the online catalog of books until midnight on Friday June 10th! So whether your child likes puppies or pirates or trucks or mermaids or kittens or bunnies — there is an option for them in this fun touch and feel series. This is favorite! It allows small children to help make their animal friends feel better with reusable and re-positionable stickers. These are the real deal too — the heavy duty stickers truly do last forever even with pet fur stuck to them!
Series: Baby's very first play books By Fiona Watt. Write a review. You have 0 of these in your Basket. Babies will love looking at the bright pictures and feeling the textures as they explore the vibrant colours in this fun board book. Each page is specially designed to be visually stimulating to babies, with bright, eye-catching illustrations and lots to discover. Features a page for each colour, from red strawberries and tomatoes growing in a vegetable patch, to blue dolphins playing in the sea and yellow flowers in a sunny field. She taught for three years at a primary school in Kent, before spending two years at a British school in The Netherlands.
Usborne Touchy Feely Books
Within days on all pre-paid orders Within days on all Cash on Delivery orders Same day delivery in Lahore on orders placed till 1 pm [working days only]. Fiona graduated from Exeter University with a B. After university she worked as a researcher and writer for a company which published educational material for places where children went on school visits zoos, museums, stately homes etc. Fiona then taught seven, eight and nine year olds for five years; three years at a state school in Sevenoaks in Kent, and two years at The British School in the Netherlands in The Hague. Fiona joined Usborne Publishing as an assistant editor in , and over the years has been promoted to editor, senior editor, and then managing editor.