Item description for Touch and Feel: Fire Engine (Touch and Feel) by Andy Crawford & Lynton Gardiner...
Overview The reader is invited to touch the textured illustrations of fire engines.
Publishers Description Designed to encourage children to explore the world around them, the Touch and Feel series features fun, tactile elements on each spread which depict objects familiar to preschoolers. Touch and Feel Fire Engine make details -- such as the tires of a fire truck -- touchable in order to reinforce primary learning skills through sensory perception.
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Studio: DK Preschool
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.4" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Binding Board Books
Release Date Aug 9, 2002
Publisher DK Preschool
Series Touch And Feel Books - Dk Publis
ISBN 0789488558 ISBN13 9780789488558
Availability 0 units.
More About Andy Crawford & Lynton Gardiner
Clive Gifford, Chris Oxlade, Andy Crawford, and Steve Gorton all live in England.
Reviews - What do customers think about Touch and Feel: Fire Engine (Touch and Feel)?
Fire Engine Touch and Feel Aug 23, 2007
My grandson makes me read it to him over and over and over. He loves this book!!
My son goes bananas over firetrucks (and now this book)! Aug 16, 2005
If your son/daughter is in to firetrucks,this is the book. My two-year old son is bananas over this book. He looks at it all the time and loves rubbing his hands over the textures on each page. The pictures are great and realistic. This is a must-have for the (2-year old) firetruck ethusiast! He/she will have blast with this book.
For much smaller kids... Jul 28, 2005
I bought this book for my three year old who LOVES fire trucks. Although he does love it, it is a bit small and seems geared toward age 1-2. It is a very short book, just a few pages, and very small for the price. The size is clearly listed on the page, but I wasn't prepared for how small it actually was. Still a cute and entertaining book my son enjoys looking at the pictures and feeling the front grill of the fire truck.