These colorful books stimulate interactive play and pre-reading word recognition as children learn the names of things they love most: dump truck, car, fire engine The see-through pockets with flaps create anticipation and surprise, and handling the large pull-out shapes promotes fine motor skills. A large pull-out page at the back of each book features all the animals (or vehicles) from the book.
Toys features 24 children's toys. Each spread includes four colorful items and on the opposite page is a flap illustrated with a scene in which a child may find the toy. Children are asked questions such as Which toy makes noise? They'll find the item with a picture underneath the flap: A drum makes noise. Delighted with their skill at finding the drum, the child removes the cut-out and slides it into the see-through pocket for safekeeping - or the next time around.
Pop it in the Pocket books are filled with easily recognizable images that are an important part of a child's vocabulary learning. A kind of "peek-a-boo in a book," they are sure to bring fun and surprises to young children.
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