Review: Books for toddlers from Little Tiger Kids

Little Tiger books are new to me but I have to say I have found them a delight, colourful , sturdy and engaging.

Little Tiger Kids sent me a couple of their new releases to have a look at and I have to say they are completely adoreable!  First colours my first lift and learn has a handle built into the actual book so it is super easy for a little one to toddle around with this.

There are simple colour questions and big colour flaps to open which chubby little hands should be able to manage . Clear single colour photographs are used to easily engage a child. Behind the flap are lots more coloured objects to name to really help stretch and grow a child vocabulary and memory.

A really sweet book for a very little one.  £5.99

Also from  Little Tiger press Count 123 . A lovely board book to introduce numbers, Again it uses photographs and bold colours and a simple lift the flap format. It has cut out numbers with lines inside to help the children learn to trace their numbers and get a feel for their shape. A great tool to learn to recognise and eventually write numbers. I really like this book it is engaging colourful practical and interesting . A lovely way to learn, £5.99

 100 first animals My first book of words is a large board book by Little Tiger press and it again uses questions to pull the children in and help them engage in the picture. The animals are all photographed and displayed on colourful backgrounds . They are grouped into sections oceans, safari, rainforest ice and snow. Questions include can you hoot like an owl? which animal hisses? how many camels can you see?  Questions are a brilliant ploy to engage a child’s full sense and interests and really raised this book to a more interactive level. £7.19




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