Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Hello Kitty Baby See and Say First Words (Children's, Board book, Non-fiction, 10E/10E)

 May 2015, Autumn Publishing, 10 pages, Board book, Review copy 

Content: cuteness

Summary from Autumn Publishing
Learn first words with Hello Kitty. With the soft, non-keyline artwork style this Baby See and Say book introduces first words, grouped by theme, to little ones.

Children are encouraged to name Hello Kitty's family members, objects from around the home, farm animals and much more.

Nayu's thoughts  
This super cute lift-the-flap book to name common objects stars my favourite fictional cat! It's sturdy, making it easy for hands both big and small to hold it. It feels fairly indestructible too – a must with little hands. Readers of any age will love seeing Hello Kitty in a variety of situations with objects that readers will see and use daily. 

It was exciting lifting up the flap, not knowing what was going to be underneath. The flaps themselves are sturdy, and should definitely last multiple lifting ups (if there is such a phrase). There's scope for readers to find objects from the book around the house, and to think up of other objects they may use often to help improve their language skills. 

Available in bookstores including NRC affiliate Foyles.

Suggested read
For more Hello Kitty fun try Hello Kitty Happy Birthday! (Children's, Picture book, 10E/10E)


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