|Curious George at Pottery Barn Kids' storytime|
So a $20 book for a toddler BETTER be totally cool, right?
And it is.
We love it, and it's totally educational and totally fun. I guess you can say it's "out of sight!" (pun intended).
So on our one day a week where baby bookworm and I read "just for fun" we indulged ourselves in this pleasurable animal book full of little-known facts.
Out of Sight by Pittau & Gervais is totally fun because:
- it's oversized, so we have made a habit of reading it "on our bellies"
- it's a lift-the-flap book and pop-up book combo; on some pages you'll see just the animal's silhouette on others you'll see their prints, or just their nose or tail. Baby bookworm loves trying to guess which animal is under the flap.
- it's non-fiction and has some of the coolest animal facts I've learned recently. Did you know rats are good jumpers? Or that a kangaroo can't move backwards?
|Reading Out of Sight|
While the "recommended" age for this book is age 4 and up, like I've said before...
you might want to use your own judgement, rather than age guidelines,
when considering whether a book will be loved by your child.