Find My Favourite Things

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Published by DK Children

RRP: £7.99

About Find My Favourite Things

I-spy with my little eye. This toddler and children's book encourages kids to spot fun things on each page.

A board book perfect for pre-readers and children beginning to read, they'll learn to identify characters, search-and-find, and count interesting items on pages filled with fun, bustling scenes.

Join the wonderful adventure, colourful characters, and interesting places in this book. Inside you'll find:

- 5 busy art-work scenes: Town, market, beach, park, and toyshop
- Notes for parents on how to best use the book
- Open-ended prompts, ''Can you find?'' questions, and things to find, search for and identify

This wonderfully interactive book draws children into the scenes on the page and encourages them to become a part of the action. Each page depicts a different location such as a sunny beach, a colourful toy shop, or a beautiful park - and interesting characters throughout!

Children are encouraged to spot different items on the pages such as animals, toys, people, then to count, name, and make up a story. The book also has open-ended prompts on each page which encourages observation, conversation, and exploration.

A Wonderful Adventure For Children 18 Months - 5 Years

This is an exciting book for young children on the cusp of reading. Let their imaginations run wild while they learn and develop their cognitive and language skills. This seek-and-find book also has fun activities. Once they have been through the book, little ones can play a fun "Look back and find..." game to see what they remember!

Find My Favourite Things is a perfect first reading book that builds skills such as observation, concentration, and storytelling. This toddler and pre-school children's book places fun and excitement at the forefront of learning to read, making it far less intimidating for young kids.