My son is a busy, busy boy. He is always on the go and leaving a trail of toys, spilled water, cereal or other things behind him. Although he is learning to sit for longer periods of time to read, short hands-on books work best for him. Munch!, the new book we got to check out this past month was a hit with both my kindergartener and toddler and the sturdy “flaps” of the pages are made for hours of
abuse fun. The pieces on the page the move are still thin so ca be ripped or torn if handled directly, but so far only one has been damaged, which is an improvement compared to our tattered lift-and-flap style books.
One of my son’s favorite songs is “Five Little Monkeys” where the alligator brings squeals and giggles every time, so the alligator in this book quickly became a favorite. I am totally jealous that the winner of this giveaway will be receiving all three books in this series! My toddler loved the Munch book and the Lick! and Sniff! books are sure to please curious little hands. Visit the Official Book Site or Van Fleet Books for additional information and check out some of the author’s other best-selling titles.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Four clever pull tabs and seven tickleable textures put toddlers nose to nose with captivating critters as they demonstrate all different kinds of mouths and the amazing things they can do. Along the way, sounds, colors, and actions are introduced in a fun and interactive way. Matt Van Fleet’s books are sturdy and substantial and can be enjoyed by the entire family! For ages 2-6 years.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Matthew Van Fleet’s innovative books have been introducing children to basic concepts for almost twenty years. His unique formats invite toddlers to touch, press, pull, lift, and even sniff as they explore colors, shapes, numbers, letters, opposites, and more. His books include the #1 New York Times bestsellers Tails and Dog as well as the New York Times bestsellers Cat, Heads, and Alphabet. His books have sold more than three million copies. He lives with his family in New York state.
A copy of the book was provided for this review, but no compensation was received.