Featuring spreads with raised shaped objects that fit into scooped cut-outs on their opposite page, this new TouchThinkLearn book offers the youngest learners an opportunity to explore in a hands-on, multi-sensory way. Seeing the image, tracing its shape, saying its name: these modes of perception combine in a dynamic way to stimulate understanding of essential concepts. Clusters of related words on each spread offer parents and children a springboard for further conversations to encourage the language skills so crucial to later successful learning. In a format unlike any other, these groundbreaking books translate abstract thought into tangible knowledge.
By Xavier Deneux
TouchThinkLearn: Baby Animals
Discover a polar bear by tracing its raised outline on one side, and the concave shape of its cozy den on the other!
Build is a tactile board book with removable-and-movable-characters and elements. The movable pieces invite and involve your little on in this story of building. It offers a gentle but powerful message that building a home and building a family are important companies of life.
Discover-and experience-a pig by tracing its raised outline on one side and the concave form of the mud puddle it wallows in on the other.
A bird arrives, alights on a tree, finds a mate and builds a nest. Soon its eggs will hatch and one brave hatchling will embark on its first flight. A deceptively simple and joyful celebration of the natural cycle of life, this book adds the bonus of removable-and movable-characters and scenery to the bestselling TouchThinkLearn format, featuring the hallmark production technique of glued-on pieces dovetailing with die-cut openings. In this first narrative title in the series, the movable pieces invite and involve the reader in a meaningful and multi sensory participation in the story.
TouchThinkLearn: Little Critters
Discover a bee and its hive by tracing the raised outline on one side, and the concave shape on the other.
Experience the number 2" both by counting a pair of raised car wheels on one side, and feeling its shape on the other.