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Toes, Ears, & Nose! A Lift-the-Flap Book Board book – January 1, 2003
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From School Library Journal
Olga R. Kuharets, Broward County Libraries, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Each page has a sentence, the first part is on the page and the last part is on the cardboard flap when you lift it. For example, "In my boots I've got" is written on the page. You lift up the cardboard boot flap and it says, "toes" and toes are revealed on the page. The flaps are made of very thin cardboard and bend or get folded easily. Also, they are not glued on very securely. A small portion is adhered to the page and they can easily be ripped off. If this happens, it's still a good book to look at, but the last part of the sentence has disappeared with the flap.
This book is for babies to look at, but not touch.
This book was a disappointment. Don't waste your money- it will be ruined in no time.
When you lift the two mittens, I was expecting it to say hands, but it said "fingers" and the other mitten was blank underneath.... why couldn't it have said both since there were two flaps? I will probably write in hands on the blank mitten.
Inside of the boots is "toes" why not also feet?
Under the hat is really under ear muffs... and it was only "ears." There is no flap to look under the hat to see the head of hair.
Beneath the scarf was a "nose" not a neck or mouth like i had expected. Where i live, no one covers their nose with a scarf.
Under the sleeve was an "elbow " but no mention of an arm.
Under jeans is "knee" but no mention of legs.
The image of the jacket is confusing because it covers the "back"... the drawing did not look like it was the back of the girl unless you really think about the head and hair placement... even the hand placement made it look like the front.
The jacket also covers a "belly button." Since we did a jacket on the back of the page... why not use a shirt instead and do it on a boy so can say it covers the chest and belly button?
Hands lift up to reveal "teeth" inside the mouth... would have preferred both mouth and teeth to be under the flap.
Moving a candy lollipop reveals the "tongue." I would have preferred if that had used a fruit Popsicle instead of candy.
Sunglasses lift to reveal "eyes."
At the end you lift up the flap to see the whole child.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the best 'body parts' books for little ones .... keep enjoying it over & over. Highly recommend.Published 5 days ago by ATX Myrna
I do not like this book as much as "Where is baby's belly button". My 17 month old was easily able to rip off the flaps. Read morePublished 7 days ago by E. Mak
this is a great peekaboo book . my son loves peeping at each page and has also learnt to point at his toes , ears and nose after we went through this book several times . Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ann
Great book. My baby loves flap books so I got him quite a few. One complaint about this one though, some flaps are small enough for a 8 month baby to tear. Read morePublished 1 month ago by readersread
Pros: Great way to help a baby do some anatomical self-exploration.
Cons: The flaps are VERY easy to tear off. Read more
Karen Katz is our favorite lift the flap book author. Both of my children have adored her books!Published 3 months ago by Justine