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There are five amazing dragons to meet in this magical addition to the much-loved That’s not my... series. Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages and touching the textured patches as they try to find their dragon. The bright pictures and textured patches to stroke are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness.

Book information

Board book
ISBN: 9781409525486
Extent: 10 pages
Dimensions: 160 x 160mm
Rachel Wells

Author information

Fiona Watt

Fiona Watt is an Editorial Director and writer at Usborne Publishing. She graduated from Exeter University with a Bachelor of Education in Art and Design. She taught for three years at a primary school in Kent, before spending two years at a British school in The Netherlands. She started working at Usborne in 1989 and has written and edited hundreds of books including baby and novelty, sticker, art and craft, cookery, science and activity books. She has written all the titles in the award-winning 'That's not my….' series and many in the highly successful Sticker Dolly Dressing series. She is the sixth biggest-selling UK children's author, with over 10 million of her books sold in the UK since records began.

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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.

Reader reviews

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“Absolute Magic”
This was the first of many touchy feely books I bought. My son is 2 years old and he still isn't bored of the many wonderful books he has in this series. He wants more and always makes me read all of them almost every night. It's amazing and so brilliant. Keep 'em coming.
“Beautiful book”
I bought this book when my little boy was six months old. He's now 14 months and still loving this book. He whizzes through to his favourite page (the one with the prickly tail) before we can go back to look at any of the other pages!
My son adores the 'That's not my' range of books. He started collecting them when he was 12 weeks old and now at the age of 9 months, he is still captivated by them. Mummy can say 'that's not my' in her sleep, they have been read so many times!
I had really tried hard to find a book that my 15 month old daughter would enjoy and not get bored of half way through and struggle to get down and play. well i then found the usborne touchy-feely books (that's not my...) they are absolutly fantastic, my daughter loves them and i am now going to collect all of the series, these books are fun for both me and my daughter to read together but they are also teaching her new words and sensory awareness.

Press reviews

“Unlike other board books, there are swatches of different textures on each page designed to encourage your little one to explore and play independently.”
“The hardwearing pages, simple illustrations, repetition and lovely touchy-feely elements to each page make the [That's not my...] books ideal for reading with your child.”
“These wonderful books are awesome for helping children to develop. The stories are perfectly interactive and their simplicity means even the youngest readers will enjoy them and relate to them.”
“This range of touchy-feely books have been baby and toddler must-haves for 20 years.”
“I can’t wait to read the rest of the series and would certainly recommend it to other parents who are looking for great books for their little ones.”

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