Hoogland & Van Klaveren

Concentration & memory
Creativity & fantasy
Language and communication

B is a bath towel on which a broccoli in a bathing suit admires the blue mountains, while on the floral bench a broccoli in a bikini looks at a cauliflower in his buggy.
L is a leopard in leggings and patent leather shoes, lounging in front of his laptop.

T is for a dentist - a dachshund - who pulls a tooth from a tyrannosaurus rex with pliers while his dedicated dental assistant - a tapir - looks on.

You will find all the letters of the alphabet and their infinite possibilities in this beautiful book full of surprising finds. Every page is a search and discovery party. Also try to find the letters themselves in the drawings before the thief runs away with them! See what object he takes from almost every page?

Reading is good for language development. It increases and enriches the vocabulary, making it easier for the child to express his own thoughts. Reading can contribute to social development. A child can empathize with different characters and learns that one person can think differently about a situation or event than another. Furthermore, reading improves the child's ability to concentrate and can stimulate the imagination.

  • Author: Miriam Bos
  • Number of pages: 64
  • Dimensions: 33.4cm x 35.3cm x 1.2cm
  • Age: 4+ years

Children who are read to have a familiar feeling with books, so there is a good chance that they will later become enthusiastic readers themselves. They will be able to read independently more quickly. They will also be less bored at school, they will be more eager to learn, they will have broader general knowledge and they will develop better.

Binding: hardcover
Edition: 1st
Publication date: June 2020

Interactive reading; You can involve your child more in the story by asking questions, for example.
Afterwards you can talk about the story and your child's experiences in order to create an imagination with the living environment.
Reading together before going to sleep ensures peace and regularity.
Try to act out the story in the book with the whole family. This way the child will fully live the event. With the help of reenacting you can pay attention to story comprehension.

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