Peek-a Who?

Do you ever get smacked with small reminders that your little one is growing up much faster than you realized? Maybe your sweet baby suddenly likes to hold the bottle by himself, or maybe your independent toddler says (to your surprise), “Potty? POTTY!?”

Maybe, they’re really good at digging through the “rubble” of scattered board books to find the one that you asked them to find.

With vibrant, contrasting colors, Peek-a Who? will be an easy one for your little one to find over and over again.

This rhyming book has cut-out pages for kiddos to peek through to guess what’s on the next page. Peek-a who? is simple and sweet. In the beginning, your little one sees black and white spots– who could be on the next page? “Peek-a moo!” Kiddos will see a ghost (“Peek-a boo!”), a zoo full of animals, and a “Peek-a choo choo!” train going around its tracks. At last, your baby looks through a cut-out to see a special surprise–their own reflection. “Peek-a you!”

Peek-a Who? is one of Scholastic Parent & Child magazine’s list of 100 Greatest Books for Kids.

Peek-a Who?
Nina Laden
Chronicle Books

On the Farm

“…ACK.”

If you checked out my earlier post reviewing That’s not my duck…, you also read about B’s love for her Duck. Once she figured out how to make the general sound of a quack, there is no question which animal sound is her favorite.

on-the-farm

On the Farm is adorable. Your little one can see grown animals and their babies and learn what they say. The beautiful illustrations are so realistic, it’s almost as if you and your kiddo should be able to touch the piglet’s soft ears while he snorts– sitting on top of a big pig in the mud.  Along with the piglet, this book has cheeping chicks, mooing calves, bleating lambs, whinnying foals, and quacking ducklings.

You can find more from Kate Riggs & Fiammetta Dogi. We’re looking forward to Wild Backyard about backyard animals such as a rabbit, a robin or a toad and their little habitats.

On the Farm
Kate Riggs/Illus. Fiammetta Dogi
The Creative Company