Interactive Toddler Board Books!

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Do y’all remember the first multi-sensory board book I reviewed from Matthew Van Fleet? Alphabet is well-loved by Sweet E and has held up through many readings.

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This book, Heads, is just as fun and interactive for your favorite toddler as the first one.

Heads: Multi-Sensory Books For Toddlers

(source: Amazon)

Editorial Reviews
From School Library Journal

This companion to Van Fleet’s Tails (S & S, 2003) encourages interaction from cover to end page. Children begin the safari that celebrates the traits of diverse animals by pulling a tab that allows a giraffe, elephant, rhino, tiger, and alligator to assemble jumbled letters to create the title. On each busy page, more tabs open a platypus egg, enlarge a frog’s throat, and wiggle an elephant’s ears. Watercolor cartoon critters rock the pages with greedy grins, loving licks, and astonished yelps. The grand finale has a flip up showing every character enjoying a spout ride, thanks to a cheery whale. The animals, from fly to flamingo, are each named–great for vocabulary enrichment. This fun board book is designed to entertain toddlers time and again, but may not survive long in a circulating collection, so get a second copy for storytimes.

Product Details

  • Age Range: 2 – 6 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 1
  • Board book: 18 pages

I’ll include the Amazon link to both below. I don’t think you can go wrong with either (or both!) choices.

Happy Reading, y’all!




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  1. Ohhh, I’m going to get this for my new faux-niece. 😉

  2. What a cute book! I should buy a few to donate to a book drive.

  3. Adorable book!

  4. I would love to read my very first book I read…..”.Little Miss Dorthy”, It is ancient but if I find it I will buy it!

  5. Good luck!


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