Lamaze Cloth Book, Peek-A-Boo Forest

November 18, 2013 - Comment

LC27901 Features: -Peek a boo forest soft book.-Flexibility of the mesh adapts to baby’s body, distributing the weight of the torso evenly, minimizing the pressure on baby’s abdomen.-Sun self-discovery mirror, tractor teether, and crinkly corn.-Makes tummy time fun and comfortable.-Mesh cover and mat are machine washable. Color/Finish: -Ends of play, bright colors and large, friendly

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LC27901 Features: -Peek a boo forest soft book.-Flexibility of the mesh adapts to baby’s body, distributing the weight of the torso evenly, minimizing the pressure on baby’s abdomen.-Sun self-discovery mirror, tractor teether, and crinkly corn.-Makes tummy time fun and comfortable.-Mesh cover and mat are machine washable. Color/Finish: -Ends of play, bright colors and large, friendly animal eyes invite baby to focus on a single object, supporting healthy eye development.

Product Features

  • Learn about different animals in the forest
  • Each page features a fun peek-a-boo flap
  • Crinkly plush owl on cover
  • Stimulating bright colors
  • Soft book

Comments

muff says:

Peek-a-Boo Forest is a very cute book. See age guidelines below The Peek-a-Boo Forest book (designed for ages 6m+) is very cute. Has very bright colors, and peek-a-boo flaps that lift away on each page to reveal a cute animal (e.g. move the tree to see the moose, move the leaf to see the owl, etc.). There are five two-page spreads – each asking “Who is hiding behind the [tree or whatever]?” on the lefthand side, then revealing an animal beneath a crinkly flap on the righthand side. The featured animals are a moose, an owl, a bear family, a raccoon, and a beaver. The front cover also features a bird with a raised, fuzzy, crinkly face. Between the bright colors, the repetitive peek-a-boo activity, and the simple text, this seems very age-appropriate for my 6mo old. And more importantly, he agrees – he loves it!Note that these books are designed for different ages (the ones targeting older babies have a bit more of a storyline, etc.). Here are the guidelines for all of the different books in the series as given on the packaging:0m+…

Meriyana says:

very nice cloth baby book My baby is 7 months old and he’s learning to sit while trying to grab whatever in front of him and put it in his mouth. I bought this book because I wanted to introduce him to a concept of “book” while at the same time let him play or chew on it.So far, my baby likes this book. He really gets entertained by the different color pages (there are 5 pages), crinkly material and short sentences. Material is really nice, easy to clean – I just toss in the washing machine along w/ all the baby clothes. The thing I like the most about Lamaze is the size; This book is larger than usual cloth book (larger font size as well). So, very nice for clumsy baby hands and developing eyes. At first I thought the book is pretty expensive however after receiving this book in the mail, I think it’s worth the price. I even ordered another one of different story.

Sharah Burton "PaleCat6" says:

Cute Characters Not the best cloth baby book out there, however the story is cute and the characters are adorable. My reason for three stars is the lack of different textures in this book. if your kid likes crinkly stuff this is all about it, but thats the majority of the textures. I recomend Squishy Turtle and Friends over this because each page in that book has a new tactile sensation.

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