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A delightful touchy-feely book with simple, repetitive text. Bright, colourful illustrations with carefully chosen textures to touch and feel on every page. Helps very young children develop language and sensory skills, a prefect gift for Christmas. Series awarded "Best Buy" by readers of Prima magazine.

Book Information

Age
6 months+
Board book
ISBN: 9781409523048
Extent: 12 pages
Dimensions: 160 x 160mm
Author/Editor
Fiona Watt
Illustrator
Rachel Wells

Practical Pre-School Silver Award 2009

The award is decided by Practical Pre-School product testers, who said of "That's not my puppy": "This book had immediate appeal for all the children. It is great for a wide age range as the babies enjoy the pictures and textures and the older children enjoy reading the words themselves and developing their vocabulary. It was also good for raising awareness of differences and similarities. It retained appeal for the children throughout the testing period."

Prima Baby Reader Awards "Best Buy" 2004 and 2006

Usborne That's not my... Touchy-feely books were voted Best Buy in the Toddler Book Category of the Prima Baby Reader Awards in 2004 and 2006.

Read the following reviews or write one of your own.

“Thats not my books”
As a parent of an 8 month old boy, I have yet to find anything like these books. Fantastic. My son has Down's syndrome - his development has been fantastic, which I truly believe these books have had a great help with.
“Little man has a little basket full of books but none have yet grabbed his attention like this book, which I must say is because it is a touchy feely book. The pages are very clear and bright. P has just started to learn how to read and loves that she can read most of the words in the book to her brother. The book is great for getting you in the Christmas mood and would again make a great stocking filler. Through out the story you search for the author’s donkey on each page they point out different features on the donkey like their blanket, ears, hooves and how they are not quite right.”