Preschool Informational Book
Paperback ISBN: 0761193081
Indestructibles is the little series that could! Now with over 2.2 million copies in print, Indestructibles are built for the way babies read, a chew-proof, rip-proof, drool-proof, puncture-proof, and 100% baby-proof collection of bright and joyous titles. Printed on lightweight, nontoxic paperlike material able to withstand repeated washings, Indestructibles bring together bright illustrations, simple but engaging text, and an appealing price, making them a natural shower gift and impulse buy. A new artist to the series—Stephan Lomp—brings a new irresistible title. Babies will love Baby Animals (who doesn’t?), a charmingly illustrated menagerie of chicks, calves, cubs, owlets, and more. These cute animal newborns love to do the same things as human babies, from playing to snuggling.
Baby Loves Quantum Physics!
Hardcover ISBN: 158089769x
"The next two books in the Baby Loves series tackle the first law of thermodynamics (energy cannot be created or destroyed, but it can change forms) and Schrèodinger's Cat, the famous thought experiment involving quantum theory (quantum physics states that a particle can exist in multiple places at once). Accurate enough to satisfy an expert and simple enough for the rest of us to comprehend, the Baby Loves board books are perfect for geeky moms and dads who want to share their love of science, for parents who want to give their infant a head start on Harvard, and for hipster aunts and uncles who want that oh-so-clever gift for the baby shower."--
Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star
Trace the Stars. Hear Them Crinkle.
Hardcover ISBN: 1523501200
Take an interactive journey through the night sky in an innovative, tactile board book, a special book that engages three senses—seeing, touching, and hearing. With its gorgeous, full-spread illustrations of constellations and beloved bedtime lullaby reimagined, Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star is the perfect book to rock babies to sleep. Here’s Taurus the bull, strong and fast. Cetus the whale, waving a mighty tail. Orion, with bow and arrow in hand. Babies can trace the imaginary lines that turn random stars into ancient constellations—and, in a special treat, create a crinkling sound by tracing the channel of shimmery material underneath the last illustration in the book. That same mysterious, compelling crinkling sound persists when baby and parents hold the book and rub the crinkly material on the back cover.