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Peekaboo Kisses Board book – August 1, 2002
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Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.
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Recently, I gave this book to my granddaughter, Tabitha, (22 months), who was obviously delighted. Each page brings up a different animal: kitten, puppy, sheep, duckling and then a mouse. As you say the words, "Peekaboo!", you open the flap of a page and there is the animal. Each animal has a tiny hole with the appropriate material: the "wool" for the sheep actually looks like some wool. The gray "fur" for the mouse, the last animal, is also a squeaker. An adult finger can cause the "Squeak!" every time, but Tabitha's little fingers had difficulty now and then.
Finally, you come to the last page. As it is opened (with the word, "Peekaboo!", of course), there is a metallic mirror where the young reader can recognize himself. When asked, "Who is that in the book?", my granddaughter would answer with her nickname, "Tabby". So, this book is excellent for both tactile training and self-recognition, while providing entertainment for both adult and child.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My mother in law just bought this for our son and I can't wait to read it with him tomorrow! I know he will love it.Published 12 days ago by AM
This was my 6 six year old grandsons favorite first book. I just received this one for my 2nd one year old grandson, and loves it equally as much! Read morePublished 2 months ago by C.B.R.
This is a great book. I first bought it for my son when he was born, he loved it. He's now 2 and we still read it. I bought another one for my niece!Published 4 months ago by Claire Gumus
This is a wonderful book for babies and very small children. The illustrations are colorful and touchable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gram of 2
This was one of the favorite books of my grand kids. They loved touching each animal fur. I often give it as a gift for new babies.Published 9 months ago by BH