See, Touch, Feel: A First Sensory Book - book cover
Early Learning
  • Publisher : Priddy Books US; Illustrated edition
  • Published : 25 Sep 2018
  • Pages : 16
  • ISBN-10 : 0312527594
  • ISBN-13 : 9780312527594
  • Language : English

See, Touch, Feel: A First Sensory Book

There's lots for baby to explore in See, Touch, Feel: A First Sensory Book. This sturdy board book, with bright photographs of happy babies, is specially designed to stimulate curiosity through sensory play. Each page has a colorful picture activity that invites baby to touch and explore. There are raised textures to feel, finger trails to follow, and a shiny mirror to look in to. Can they follow the swirl on the snail's shell. Can they tap the drum?

As your baby grows, See, Touch, Feel will help your child develop language recognition and motor skills, as they learn to interact with the book in new ways. With lots to explore together, See, Touch, Feel is an ideal first book to share with your baby.

Readers Top Reviews

All I have to do is show this book cover to my son and he instantly starts babbling with joy. He loves touching every page. His favorites are hitting the drum, running the teddy’s fluffy stomach, and hearing me run my fingers across the xylophone! Great buy!
Monkey A
This book wasn’t quite as good as I was expecting. Some of the pages I really liked, the finger paint one and the mini mirror one. But some, like the drum, was pretty stupid. The drum page was a picture of a drum. Basically hitting any other page would make the same noise. It was very disappointing. The teddy bear page was good but it only had a small amount of fur. Over all it was okay. The snails were weren’t as good either. It was a swirl of bumps and then a smooth shell. I was expecting something maybe closer to what a snail shell would feel like. They had a shape page but when I would feel along the lines of the shapes I thought it hurt. I would not want by baby doing it. There is such a thing as a cardboard cut, which is like a paper cut. I did however like the size of the book. It was bigger and colorful, and every page would have a picture of a child or something like that on it which my daughter liked. Like I said, It wasn’t what I had wanted, but over all I am still happy with it.
Anya C.
Bought this for our daughter when she was about 6 months old. Right from the first time she laid eyes on it, she was in love. In particular, she LOVED the babies in the photos. At first, she was only interested in flipping the pages and smacking the babies, and that kept her occupied for weeks. Then, once she started crawling and standing, she started to get a little rough with the book and eventually messed up the binding (by jumping on it, this was NOT an issue with quality, the book is gorgeous and super well-made), so we took it away. She’s just about a year old now, and we figured some strong tape might keep the book together, so we taped the most damaged pages back together and gave it to her. When she recognized the book, she was DELIGHTED. Opened it right up to her favorite baby, smoochies all over the place. The best part is now she’s interested in the tactile sensory aspect of the book, so it’s an all-around win. We plan to buy another, “clean” version once she’s fully walking and is a little more gentle with her books, because this is a keeper. Also now one of my go-to gifts for expecting parents! That’s what led me here to write this review :-)
I ordered both Priddy books for my son and I love them!! I am an elementary school teacher so I am very picky when it comes to books, especially when purchasing them for my own child. Babies especially need to feel different textures and this book is full of them. These books are big, have a nice heavy feel, sturdy pages, beautiful colors, engaging illustrations, a clean format, clear font (not all of the letters are the standard way we teach children to print letters but it is good for them to see that letters can look different), and show kids of different diversities. And for $10! Update: My son is now 15 months old and he uses this book all the time. It was a life saver on our recent airplane ride because unlike other books, he interacts with the pages and knows what to do on each page. Now that he’s older, he grabs the book on his own and the pages are really thick so he can flip them by himself. Still one of my favorite baby purchases!

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