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-- Invite babies and toddlers to touch and feel a variety of exciting textures, helping develop both sensory and language awareness

-- These sturdy board books contain bright and simple illustrations that add to the "hands-on" fun

Book Details:

  • Format: Touch & Feel
  • Publication Date: 1/1/2000
  • Pages: 12
  • Reading Level: Age 1 and Up

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5.0

Great for little pre-readers!

By NRD

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My kids love all of the "That's not my..." series. They are great for introducing new descriptive words (like smooth, soft, shiny). The Monkey book is one of their favorites. They like me to read the words while they hold the book and feel the textures on the pages. They also like to just sit and flip through on their own.

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