Babies will love looking at the bright pictures and feeling the textures as they explore the vibrant colours in this fun board book. Each page is specially designed to be visually stimulating to babies, with bright, eye-catching illustrations and lots to discover. Features a page for each colour, from red strawberries and tomatoes growing in a vegetable patch, to blue dolphins playing in the sea and yellow flowers in a sunny field.
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 fourth biggest-selling UK children's author, with over 10 million of her books sold in the UK since records began.
Shortlisted in the 'Never too young' category. This award is for the best book for babies and young children from birth to four. Even the tiniest baby is not too young to enjoy books like these! Anybody, wherever they live and whatever their age, can vote and give their opinions on the short-listed books.
Our Baby's Very First Books series was crowned winner of the Best Preschool Publishing Range category in the first ever Progressive Preschool Awards. A judging panel comprised of buyers from top names such as Harrods, Mothercare, Boots, Toys R Us, Selfridges, Sainsbury’s, JoJoMamanBebe and Waitrose selected the winners in each of the award's four categories.
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“A vibrant board book... specially designed to be visually stimulating to babies. With bright, eye-catching illustrations plus lots of tactile elements to encourage sensory development.”