interactive books

The Perfect Stocking Stuffer for the New Baby – Chronicle Kids Finger Puppet Books

Finger Puppet Board Books make an excellent stocking stuffer for the new baby on your list. These interactive books make reading so much more fun.
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Children’s Book Review: Construction Site: Merry and Bright by Sherri Duskey Rinker

All the construction vehicles are pitching in to get the construction site ready for Christmas in this interactive board book.
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#NonFicNov Children’s Book Review: Let’s Be Safe by Alice Le Hénand

Teach toddlers how to be safe in all kinds of situations with a fun, interactive pull-the-tab board book.
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Children’s Book Review: Where’s Brian’s Bottom by Rob Jones

A silly, interactive, and fun board book for kids to find Brian, the dachshund's, bottom. It also includes learning about rooms in the house and sounds animals make.
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Children’s Halloween Books: Halloween Treat Hide-and-Seek by Olivia Aserr

Interactive Hide and Seek features with lift the flaps and a turning wheel make Halloween fun for toddlers.
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Children’s Book Review: The Ultimate Book of Animals by Anne-Sophie Baumann

The Ultimate Book of Animals is truly the must-have book on learning and about how all animals grow, eat, see, hear, move, and breathe. Kids will love the interactive features on every page.
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Children’s Book Review: Ultimate Spotlight Polar Animals by Sandra Laboucarie

Polar Animals gives the spotlight to animals in the North and South Poles. Interactive features allow kids to read and engage in the learning on the pages.
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Children’s Book Review: This Book Can Do Anything by Tristan Mory

This Book Can Do Anything and reading it with your toddler will encourage them to mimic the book and remind them they can do anything too.
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Children’s Book Review: The Pop-Up Guide Vehicles and Magnetology Animals by Maud Poulain

Two books by Maud Poulain offer kids an opportunity to learn and have fun while reading.
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Children’s Book Review: Whose Baby Is This? by Stephanie Babin

Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun learning all the baby names and sliding the frames to guess who their parent is. A perfect learning-on-the-go book for kids.
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