This book must have some Japanese influence because this reminds me of those cute Japanese characters like Pikachu and Totoro. Good introduction with not too many colours.
Hubby took this one to read to the little munchkin and did not like it one bit (and made sure I knew as well!). I guess you can't beat Hairy Maclary.
One of our favourite songs with the little one at the moment, is Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Didn't know that there were so many verses to the song (and who would be able to remember them all!). Guess you do learn something new everyday!
Oh, this book failed dismally with the little one. Perhaps it was the subject matter. Or maybe it was the fact that the book was falling apart. Whichever the case, we'll give it a miss next time.
"Round and round the garden,
Like a teddy bear..."
Oh, the anticipation of a tickle is just too delicious to pass up. This works wonders, just like "This little piggy went to market...". No doubt there were several readings of this book!
I think the little tigress has fallen in love. This book is so cute! And it has the best touchy feely bits. Straight away at each page, the little one identified the touchy bits and went straight to it. I can't wait to read more in this series to her!
I love the rhyming verses in this book - plus the fact you have to go hunt out the shapes. What bugs me though is that it doesn't always tell you how many you hafta look for and I'm always paranoid that I haven't found them all >.<
This book is supposed to be a favourite among kids and you can see why with the cute pictures and repeating rhymes. But it can get a bit tiresome for the adult reading it!