Part of the My First Picture Book series: perfect for every toddler to help build language, understanding and enjoyment.
Colours, shapes and numbers are just the beginning, as this beautifully illustrated book explores all the key concepts that make up a toddler's world. Themes include: Counting · Shapes · Colours · Sounds · Opposites · Feelings · Manners · Home · Weather
This is one of two 24pp paperback editions of Big Book of My World, featuring all the elements that help to encourage labelling, spotting and naming (the companion book is My Book of First Words).
Peely Wally, was selected to be part of the Booktrust's Books for Babies scheme. 150,000 copies will be distributed to mothers and babies throughout the UK in 2012.
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'A charming book for parents and children to share together, we loved the humour in the pictures and it quickly became a firm favourite' - Right Start Best Toy Awards
A wealth of learning concepts to explore with your child are contained within this colourful volume including shapes, counting, opposites and lots of sounds all linked together by a nicely rendered family of wise owls. The layers of activities available make this a great educational book to dip in and out of and revisit on many occasions. - Junior Magazine
A great educational book! - Junior Magazine
I was really pleased with this book as it is definitely the best educational/learning book I have read for young children. - Guardian Family Book Review
Kali Stileman founded The Square Card Company in 2002, specialising in brightly-coloured sparkly greetings cards for children and young people. Her cards are sold worldwide, from Australia and Dubai to Hong Kong and Iceland.
After her degree in 3D design at Brighton, Kali became a teacher of primary-age children. She then moved to Bermuda where she sold her collages and paintings through local galleries. Kali lives in a gamekeeper's cottage, deep in the woods in Wiltshire with her two children.