Touch and Explore: Animals at Night (Hardcover)

Touch and Explore: Animals at Night By Pascale Hedelin, Emmanuel Ristord (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Pascale Hedelin, Emmanuel Ristord (Illustrator)
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Touch and Explore: Animals at Night is a multisensory journey for children who want to do more than just listen!

Lift the flap to see where the toad lives and pet the winter fur of a red fox: The Touch and Explore™ series, already bestsellers in their original French editions, are well-crafted interactive titles that encourage hands-on engagement, learning and knowledge retention. As you move through each page, young readers can touch the fluffy feathers of an owl, the bumpy skin of a toad, and the thick fur of a river otter! It's a trip to a nighttime world that's just a touch away.

• A splashy treat for visual learners and pre-readers, kids can discover the facts, feel, and functions of nighttime creatures
• Bright illustrations encourage kids to immerse themselves in the fascinating habitats of nocturnal animals
• Sturdy board book design is just the right size for small hands

Fans of other books in the Touch and Explore series will also enjoy the interactive learning and excitement found in Touch and Explore: Animals at Night.

• Great family read-aloud book
• Books for 3–5 years old
• Books for preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary school children

About the Author

Pascale Hédelin writes stories and articles for news organizations and children's publishing. She is the author of many books on the éditions Milan list. She lives in Toulouse, France.

After studying cartooning in Angoulême and children's illustration in Hamburg, Emmanuel Ristord now lives in Nantes, France. His work can be found in many newspapers and children's books.
Product Details
ISBN: 9782408015985
ISBN-10: 2408015987
Publisher: Twirl
Publication Date: January 7th, 2020
Pages: 16
Language: English
Series: Touch and Explore