Invites young readers to touch different teddy bears with textures such as wooly, rough and furry. On board pages.
|Statement||written by Fiona Watt ; illustrated by Rachel Wells|
|Series||Usborne touchy-feely books, Usborne touchy-feely|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) of print and braille|
Fiona Watt's That's Not My Monster is just hackneyed retread of her earlier(?) work That's Not My Pony.I'm going to put as much effort into this review as the author did into this book: That's Not My Pony Monster by Fiona Watt is one in a series of so-called "Touchy-Feely Board Books." The story, as far as I can tell, involves a small white mouse who, for reasons unstated, is searching for his /5. “That's not my monster” My son James is now 15 months old and this book was given to him when he was about 3 months. I showed him the pictures most evenings and as time progressed he began to feel the different textures. Usborne That's Not My Monster Touchy-Feely Board Book; That's Not My Monster is a delightful book written in simple and repetitive text, featuring pages filled with brightly-colored illustrations and texture elements. It is a perfect book in helping young children to develop their language and Price: $ A delightful touch and feel book with simple, repetitive text. Bright, colourful illustrations with carefully chosen textures to touch and feel on every page. Helps very young children develop.
Ask any parent that has had a baby since and they will tell you all about the Usborne ‘That’s Not My ’ books by Fiona Watt. Each book introduces our little ones to a new animal, vehicle or character, with bright illustrations, simple, repetitive storylines and lots of touchy-feely textures to get babies and toddlers engaging with books from a young age. FREE Same Day Pick up. Pick up allows you to buy online and Pick up in any BIG W store 7 days per week. If your order is placed by 12 noon, it will be ready for Pick up from 4 pm same day. This Is Not My Nose by Michael Rosen 96pp, Penguin, £ In the poet and broadcaster Michael Rosen published Carrying the Elephant: A Memoir of Love and Loss, a book of reminiscences and. Also, I've always been incredibly insecure about my nose. I know it's definitely not small, but is it so big to the point that it's ugly? Many people have pointed it out to me and have made fun of me for it. I am open to scale ratings. Edit: I didn't expect so many people to like my glasses (mostly through PM).