Usborne Book Review: Jungle Animals

Here is Caleb with his new Flippy Floppy Jungle Animals book from Usborne Books. He really likes the interaction that comes along with this book and discovering the animals that are revealed as a series of flaps are opened. I love the interaction that comes with a lot of Usborne's books for younger children. It helps to engage their attention as you spend time reading with them and helps them develop a love for reading. We have used Usborne Books with our children since they were babies and all of our children love to read. The time spent reading with a child is extremely beneficial for them (and you!)

The flaps aren't showing up in the picture but Caleb is showing us his favorite page in the book. On the left is the picture of the lion and on the right is another picture but it is made out of several flaps. When each flap is turned back it reveals another section of the a picture of the animal on the previous page until finally the whole animal is pictured.

I must admit, I do have a love/hate relationship with the lift the flap books though. I don't like them because it forces me to slow down and not rush through the story! :) But the great part about them is that when we slow down, we're able to study and enjoy the pictures so much more. Art always has a story to tell that can enhance the written word so it's good to take the time and draw our children's attention to the illustrations. Besides, the kids love the flaps!

Flippy Floppy Jungle Animals is for ages 3-6 and retails for $12.99. It can be purchased from Usborne Books here.

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