Friday, 14 February 2020

Quick Book Reviews - Little Tiger Round Up

I'm a huge fan of Little Tiger books.

I look forward to deliveries of their books through the post each month and I've been running with the format of quick reviews for them, short and snappy.

I'd love to know whether you like this way of showcasing them or if you'd prefer me to do individual posts for each book?

But for now have a look at Little Tiger's latest board book offerings:

I Can Do It: A Book of Fastenings

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This is my stand out book from Little Tiger this month. A book filled with shoelaces, buttons and so much more. Helping little ones learn some basic life skills and to become more independent.


It's both fun and a great learning tool.

Highly recommeded.

You Complete Me

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An unbelievably cute book.

With some brilliant pairs and equally clever puns, I'm tempted to keep this as a coffee table book to put a smile on people's faces when they visit. 

The illustrations alone are delightful, alongside the text it makes for a very sweet yet witty book that appeals to young and old.

Where's My Unicorn?

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The unicorn theme is still going strong.

Little ones seek out and find the playful unicorn as they touch and feel their way through the pages and follow a trail of clues.

I'm already looking forward to seeing the next titles in the series, Where's My Llama? and Where's My Peacock?

What Can You see: On The Farm?

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A beautiful peep through book that brings the farm to life.

This isn't just any old peep through book, there are a variety of counting and number activities to help children work on their maths skills (nothing wrong with starting them young).

What animals can you spot?

Who Said Moo? Whoo Said Woof?

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Lifting peep through flaps and an array of textured fabrics have little ones exploring oh so many things.

From animals sounds and the animals they match up with to developing hand-eye coordination as they turn the pages and touch the materials that they discover.

There's also a little surprise waiting at the end of the book, think peek-a-boo.

What's your favourite book from the ones I have listed? 

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