board book


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board book

n.
A children's picture book whose pages are made of stiff cardboard rather than ordinary paper so as to be more durable and easier for a small child to manipulate.
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9781641701280, $9.99, Board Book, 20pp, www.amazon.com
Seuss's "Hop on Pop" as either an e-book download (n = 45) or a physical board book (n = 54).
9781771621915, $12.95, Board Book, 28pp, www.amazon.com
The six previously published poems in this attractive board book make an irresistible bedtime read for the youngest member of the family, but will be enjoyed by all.
This board book features full-colour photos of animals with a two-word description underneath.
"Baby Loves Thermodynamics!" is a brightly illustrated, sturdy board book for infant readers about how the sun is the source of energy, heat and light, which Baby loves because Baby loves both playing and eating apples, which grow because of light and heat from the sun.
Tenders are invited for provide digital board book creation & editing portals.
The board book format works well with the pictures and the short bold sentences; it doesn't feel like a picture book that has been squashed in.
The presentation of No Towers as a board book is far from an inconsequential feature or a purely pragmatic choice; rather, it forms an important and overlooked facet of the experience of both reading and interpreting Spiegelman's text.
This unique board book is recommended for children of all colors, shapes, sizes, and abilities.
Beginning with El asno hace hi ha hi ha (The donkey goes hi ha hi ha), and El tambor hace ram-pa-ta-plan (The drum goes rampa-ta-plan), to a silent snail and a kiss that goes muak, this well-constructed board book, originally published by L'Ecole des Loisirs, Paris, introduces Spanish learners to familiar concepts.
Upside Down is a simple, sharply vertical board book for young readers with a twist--it's meant to be read, then flipped over and read the other way "upside down"!