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This is my 17 month old's second favorite book out of her entire book collection. Although she's not able to truly follow the directions on each page (her fine motor skills aren't quite refined enough yet), she loves to touch each line and dot on every page. She opens this book at least once a day every single day. She sometimes will "read" this book on her own.
The book is well constructed.
The color pallet is completely unique to any other book she has, which is a nice change of pace. I'm sure the first colors she will master identifying will be pink, yellow, and green as we say them allowed everytime she touches a color.
My 3 year old is obsessed with this book! He'll easily spend 30-45 min at a time playing with it. As a result, he's also recently began to show interest in forming letters on paper and will spend a long time trying to draw letters.
This is exactly what I was looking for without knowing it at first. My 12 month old kept wanting to interact with his books and this books encourages it. Maybe if the images weren’t so abstract the entire time it would keep his interest longer and it would be perfect
I enjoy the books concept and texture aspect. However, at least for my 2.5 yr old- he doesnt follow the intended directions but just traces the grooves and names the shapes and colors. Momentarily Good enough for me.
We love this book. It is great to read and for young children to interact with the pages. The child can move their finger over the wiggles or use play-dough to make the same shapes. This book is very sturdy, thick pages and will be part of our library for a long time.
This book was bought for my daughter. She struggle a but with movement on her left side so with the doctors advice, we started looking for things that would engage both sides of her. This helped! Because it is a book, she didn't frown where we read through it and asked her to do things like "fingers dance" or "up, down". It was entertaining, easy to do and creative which lent itself to be therapeutic.