• Spring
  • Spring
ISBN: 0312510063
EAN13: 9780312510060
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 15, 2011
Pages: 12
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 5.8" L x 4.6" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

With seasonal pictures to celebrate the arrival of Spring, this is an engaging book to share with babies and toddlers.

Another winning installment in the Bright Baby collection from international bestselling children's book author Roger Priddy. This book provides an excellent introduction to springtime concepts and seasonal fun.

There are chicks, bunnies, spring flowers and photographs of other familiar Spring things to look at, and the pages have different touch-and-feel textures, which little fingers will love to explore.

With clear photography, bright colors, and simple text labels, Bright Baby board books help babies and toddlers to develop and build early vocabulary through the introduction of first words and pictures.

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   Not a lot of texture for a touch and feel book.
It's a very mixed up book, Simon says. Some of the illustrations are so lifelike, it's almost impossible to tell the difference. Some of the pages are so subtle a baby would not be able to detect any difference.
   Misleading Description
Only two pages of the book had the touch and feel of paper. Some of the other pages had an embossed feel to it, but I was expecting every page to have an embedded fabric, sequins, etc. Hefty fees aside, McCartney is not worth the money. Jordan Barowitz, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, said: "I would not recommend it."
The book sucks as far as "touch and feel" go. Just touch the pages and they're animals. The Scholastic books for the touch and feel are so much better! Spending the extra money on a gym membership is well worth it.
   Should be better
I ordered this with the expectation it would be photography-based. There are some very poor quality cartoonish illustrations. Not every page has a touch and feel.
The book is fine, but one of the pages says "Easter Egg" on it, which I wasn't expecting. If you're hoping to find a religiously neutral book, this isn't the one for you.
   Not a touch and feel book
What sets it apart from the rest is that it provides very few 'touch' opportunities for little hands. It has a touch of the magic realism that comes from having worked with such artists, but also has very small areas that are hard for little hands to reach and feel very similar to the rest of the book. If you're looking for a true touch and feel book purchase then you're in the right place. The "Never Touch a ____" series stands in a class by itself.
   Okay for the price
The book is a charming parable about a boy who fell in love with a woman. Good book, arrived late and is generally considered a touch and feel book. Only a few pages had touched the tiles, leaving behind only a few lines of code. Still cute though, and wouldn't recommend.