Kids F Board Touch & Feel
Tiny Town What Did Busy Bunny Hear?
Follow Busy Bunny on a journey around Tiny Town. This cute interactive book features clever textured paths and cut-outs for little fingers to follow, and peephole windows on every spread. Perfect for adults to share with children age three and up.
Peek-A-Boo Little Chick
A little chick looks for mama in this adorable, springtime peek-a-boo book that has soft, felt touch-and-feel flaps throughout
A little chick is looking for mama This sweet peek-a-boo book with felt flaps throughout will have young readers looking under the soft, easy-to-lift flaps to help the little chick find mama
Pat the Bunny ( Pat the Bunny)
The timeless children's classic--a perfect gift for Easter, baby showers and first birthdays.
For generations, Pat the Bunny
has been creating special first-time moments between parents and their children. One of the best-selling children's books of all time, this classic touch-and-feel book offers babies a playful and engaging experience, all the while creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime.
Peekaboo What's hiding behind those paws? Why, it's something woolly, something fluffy, something fuzzy, and something squeaky . . . a colorful menagerie of playful animals, each eager to be covered with kisses.
With flaps to lift, a squeaker to press, and a peek-at-yourself mirror at the end, this touchable, smoochable new book from the popular creator of Animal Kisses and Baby Animal Kisses is loaded with fun, surprises, and, of course, plenty of kisses.
Where's the Narwhal?
Five beautifully illustrated spreads show a series of friendly underwater creatures hiding behind bright felt flaps. A textile, sensory read that's perfect for sharing with babies and toddlers, featuring a mirror reveal on the final spread.
Five beautifully illustrated spreads show a series of friendly underwater creatures hiding behind bright felt flaps. With a mirror on the final page, this is a perfect book to share with very little ones.
Where's the Witch?
Gently spooky creatures hide behind bright felt flaps in this Halloween offering. A perfect book to share with very little ones.
Five stylishly illustrated spreads show a series of gently spooky creatures hiding behind bright felt flaps in this Halloween offering. A mirror on the final spread makes for a satisfying ending to the book's search-and-find inquiries. A perfect book to share with very little ones.
Where's the Unicorn?
Lift the felt flaps to discover four hidden magical creatures (a mermaid, a dragon, a fairy, and a unicorn), then find the mirror under the fifth and final flap Parents love these books because they are stylish yet robust, and little readers adore them because they're fun and easy to play with.
A Touch-And-Feel Cat-Venture
A Parents Best Kids Book of 2019 Sharpen your claws--and scratching skills--with this adorable touch-and-feel book about a cat who loves to scratch everything...and wants you to join the fun Hi there, human
I'm Scratchie the Cat
and I like to scratch stuff
to keep my claws super sharp. Let's scratch things together
Join Scratchie the Cat to scratch touch-and-feel elements throughout this story. Rough door mats, grainy wooden tables, paper towels, cardboard boxes, and more give readers a claws-on experience as they innocently wreck Scratchie's owner's house (just like real cats)
With touch-and-feel elements on every page, Scratchie
even has the perfect ending, because there's one more thing that loves to be scratched...Scratchie the Cat
Baby Sloth: Finger Puppet Book
(finger Puppet Book for Toddlers and Babies, Baby Books for First Year, Animal Finger Puppets)
Where does Baby Sloth like to nap? Follow along with this cute baby animal as it experiences its world, from playtime to bedtime. The simple, comforting story in this go-to baby gift series have made it a multimillion seller. Featuring a permanently attached plush finger puppet, this volume offers parents and children a fun, interactive way to play and read as they build a lifelong love of books together.
That's Not My Unicorn