Explore the icy Arctic and search for Polar Bear in this plastic-free touch and feel book. You'll get to meet incredible endangered animals along the way!
Take your little Eskimo on a journey through a frozen world to track down the elusive Polar Bear. Discover a whole host of incredible Arctic animals including Arctic foxes, reindeers and narwhals!
Is that Polar Bear swimming in the sea? No, that's Narwhal and her baby! Out on the ice, someone is having a snooze. That's not Polar Bear, it's Walrus and her sleepy friend. Your toddler will love meeting all of Polar Bear's friends in this adorable educational book.
Natural cardboard pages with colourful illustrations, fun corrugated elements, and cut out sections encourage little fingers to explore. Your child will learn how to recognise the names and describe all the incredible Arctic animals they see! Illustrations, fun corrugated elements, and cut out sections encourage little fingers to explore. Your toddler will learn how to recognise the names and describe all the incredible Arctic animals they see.
Treasure story time with your little one! The simple text is ideal for reading aloud to little ones as you spot endangered animals in their natural habitat together. This encourages early language development and it's perfect for little learners who are just starting their reading journeys. There are lots of opportunities for parent-and-child interaction and hours of Arctic fun.
Plastic-Free Touch and Feel
This board book is designed to enhance your child's reading experience, while also protecting the environment. Unlike other touch and feel books, Where Are You Polar Bear? doesn't contain any plastic. Made from responsibly sourced cardboard, everything in this book is completely recyclable.
Complete the Series
There are more plastic-free touch and feel picture books to discover in this series from DK Books. Journey through the rainforest looking for the Tiger in Where Are You Tiger?Each book takes you on a journey through a different landscape in search of an animal at risk of extinction.