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Moo Am I?

Moo Am I?
Play pretend on the farm! Is baby a cow? horse? scarecrow? A fun surprise will make little ones giggle! Simple, bright illustrations are a first look at farm animals. Babies and toddlers will love exploring every interactive mirrored page featuring sweet animal friends expressing an emotion. Playful art and a mirror bring every expression to life in this fun and imaginative story designed to help little ones better understand their feelings. Perfect for babies who love to make animal noises and see their own face in the mirror. Who says MOO? Baby can say it! Story entertains while rhyming text teaching repetitive language patterns to babies and toddlers to help strengthen language development Mirrors are great for childhood development and introduce babies to early earning concepts. They help babies explore, learn to see their own faces, and start to recognize their reflections. Mirrors help babies develop self-awareness, a key part of their overall social-emotional development Sturdy board pages are easy to grasp and great for practicing fine motor skills. Mirrors inspire babies to reach, pat, and point, also increasing fine motor skills Little ones will adore looking at their reflection on every page! A perfect interactive book that teaches children to practice visual tracking and grasp emotions Shiny mirrors in every farm scene spark imagination and creativity.

Animals, Interactive

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