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A photo of Follow Me

Follow Me

Fox asks the reader to journey through the book with him to find his animal friends by tracing a finger along the groved edges on each board page.

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My Very First Book of Colors

What color is a bluebird? Easy to answer, but even easier when you have thecolor to match it with. Find the color in the top half of a page that matches the picture on the bottom half. From pink flowers to purple grapes, this colorful book is full of fun and surprises. Children will love solving these color puzzles featuring Eric Carle's bold and vibrant artwork.


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Touch and Trace Farm

Introduce your child to early writing skills in this innovative trace-and-flip book. Using their finger, children can trace each grooved trail to explore its shape and pattern. Colorful lift-the-flaps add to the fun!

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Don't Push the Button!

The only rule in Larry's book is that the reader not push the button, but when no one is looking, it may be irresistible.

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Through the Town

Die-cut grooves invite small fingers to follow the snake throught the town.

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Prehistoric: Find what's different!

Look carefully! Something's not the same .. Find the one that's not a stegosaurus -- that looks different. Are they all brachiosaurus? Find the sleeping plesiosaurus. Which one is not a dinosaur?

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Winter Wonderland

Invites young readers to move their fingers along trails on each page of the book to discover facts about polar animals.

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I Can Explore

With die-cut holes this interactive book invites the reader to make the characters bicycle, surf, canoe, or hike through the forest.

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Follow the Yarn : a Book of Colors

"In this delightful introduction to colors, toddlers-and cat lovers of all ages-will enjoy following a kitten through the pages as he plays with one colorful ball of yarn after another. Toddlers can also make a game of following the yarn from page to page as each color unravels."


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A photo of Peekaboo!


Through one die-cut hole at eye level, the reader can peek through each funny face using the book as a mask.

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My Favorite Color

I can only pick one? Aaron Becker, a Caldecott Honor-winning author-illustrator, explores a child's journey beyond the colors of the rainbow in this luminous follow-up to You Are Light.

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A photo of Wiggles


Using grooves and other tactile inserts, the book guides a child's fingers through different colors and shapes.

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Press Here

Instructs the reader on how to interact with the illustrations to create imaginative images.

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Baby Beats : let's learn 3/4 time!

Read, clap, and sing in 3/4 time! Count the beats like a conductor with the adorable waltzing animals. Get your baby smiling and clapping along with you as you discover a love of music together! Clap on the first syllable of each word--and don't let go until the word is done. Before long, you'll be clapping to the waltzing beat.


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"Dimensional letters and words are the natural extension of the original TTL series. And we know that dimensionalizing letters is a successful direction for this series given the strong response to TTL ABC. This extension of the highly successful TouchThinkLearn series focuses on language acquisition and moving beyond a single word-to-picture understanding to developing a larger vocabulary. This is all using the familiar TTL form of raised and depressed surfaces. Raised words will fit into the die-cut hollow of an illustration, putting words and images in contact literally. Alongside the typographic centerpiece, there will be a list of "conversation starter" words to expand the vision of each word. And this new TouchWords series will extend the visual range of these books by featuring Rilla's playful, graphic work."--


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Peek through die-cut hearts and lift the flaps to spy what each animal loves.

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Guess Which Hand

Kids know the drill: Two hands are closed, and there's something hidden in one palm. Which hand is it? This novelty board book brings the classic guessing game to life in a playful new way! Children turn an interactive "wheel" to hide a variety of objects (a bone, fish, ladybug, flower, and more) under flaps (hands, paws, hats, seashells, ears) on every spread. All that's left is to wager a guess and lift the flap for the reveal!


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