Published by DK Children
Peekaboo, it's Halloween! This adorable touch and feel book will get your little pumpkins in the mood for the spookiest night of the year.
This Halloween-themed board book is filled with animals and images associated with the holiday. Fall in love with a happy pumpkin, a sweet little candy corn, a furry black kitty, and more spookily adorable friends you won't be able to resist.
Come and join the Halloween fun. Discover a jack-o'-lantern with a bumpy carved face, a furry black kitten, and a pumpkin trick-or-treat bucket!
A little more sweet than spooky, Baby Touch and Feel Halloween is the perfect activity book to inspire curiosity in your little munchkins. It's filled with real-life photographs of pumpkins, witches, and other Halloween favorites.
Let their tiny fingers touch, feel, and explore! Texture elements and clearly labeled pictures will help develop fine motor skills and build an early reading foundation.
Create an experience they'll want to repeat again and again! With chunky, padded covers, simple images, and an amazing range of novelty textures, this sweetly spooky picture book will capture the attention of your little one in no time.
Touch and Learn
From bumpy pumpkins to furry black kittens, there are all kinds of textures for your baby to explore in this safe, sturdy touch and feel book that encourages early learning. It's the perfect first book to share with preschoolers to get Halloween costume ideas! It also makes for an ideal baby gift.
This baby book includes:
- Different Halloween-themed textures from a fluffy black kitten to a bumpy carved pumpkin face
- Padded covers, simple images, and an easy-to-follow design
- Easy-to-read text to encourage early reading skills and vocabulary building
This delightful book is part of the Baby Touch and Feel range of children's books from DK Books and includes titles like Baby Touch and Feel Animals, Baby Touch and Feel Bedtime, Baby Touch and Feel Colors and Shape, and more for your little one to enjoy!
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