Jane Gerver & Nancy Davis
Simon & Schuster, 2010 (2010)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
his interactive board book contains removable pieces that fit into empty spaces on each two page spread. For example, the child is asked to take a white circle and complete a snowman, place a yellow star atop a Christmas tree, and light up the sky for Santa's journey with a crescent moon.
he shapes also include a square and a triangle. On the final page there is a foldout section that pictures a house, and the scene must be completed by adding the puzzle pieces.
he pieces are easily removed, will assist a child in learning shapes, and challenge the young one's ability to fit the pieces in the right place. The only real downside is that the pieces do present a serious choking hazard.
e VERY CAREFUL with this book intended for preschoolers ages two and up, that the pieces don't end up where they do not belong in the youngster's mouth!
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