Baby Touch: Faces: A Black-and White-book

£5.99

In the first few years of life, babies’ vision is still developing. They see first of all in black and white, and in bright, high contrast colours such as yellow and red. Designed to develop babies’ eyesight, this book of large, friendly faces will stimulate vision from birth. With clearly-defined simple images that even the youngest children will respond to, it provides a multi-sensory experience that will help focus a baby’s attention and concentration.

ISBN: 9780241391723 Author: NA, Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd Publication Date: 3rd October 2019 Imprint: Ladybird Books Cover: Other Dewey: 428.1 (edition:23) Pages: 12 unnumbered Language: English Readership: Children - juvenile / Code: J Category: Subjects: ,

Designed to develop babies’ eyesight, this book of large, friendly faces will stimulate vision from birth. With clearly-defined simple images and black-and-white patterns throughout, it provides a multi-sensory experience that will help focus a baby’s attention and concentration.

Wave to mummy, daddy, the animals, the sun, the flower . . . and who’s that in the mirror?

Visual stimulation
Sensory development
Recommended for children aged 0

Illustrated by Lemon Ribbon Studio

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