Babies aren't always the sweet, gentle creatures they are perceived to be. Especially when books are involved.
With IndestructiblesTM, however, babies and books can peacefully co-exist. These books are built for the way babies 'read': with their eyes as well as their hands and mouths! As the name suggests, these virtually indestructible and undeniably cute books are made from the same paper-like material used in shipping envelopes, which means it's 100% baby-proof: chew-proof, drool-proof, and rip-proof. Not only will these books resist tearing and gummy mouths, but they’re also completely washable! Made in China.
Featuring energetic, colorful and beautiful paintings of classic nursery rhymes in exotic locales by Jonas Sickler, these simple and lovely books are completely visual and have no words throughout the story (they appear only on the back cover), which allows for plenty of imaginative storytelling from mom or dad. Indestructibles are intentionally wordless in order to encourage dialogic reading, or "natural conversation," between parent and baby. Dialogic helps an infant develop early literacy skill such as phonological awareness, vocabulary and narrative skills.
Set of five includes: - Frere Jacques - Hickory Dickory Dock - Old Macdonald Had a Farm - Mary Had a Little Lamb- Humpty Dumpty
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