Item description for Soft Shapes: Big and Little by Bob Filipowich & Ikids...
Outline ReviewBehind the BIG TREE is a little tree. Behind the BIG DOG is a little dog. Pop out each soft, colorful, nontoxic foam piece to discover the difference between big and little. Children can remove the shapes of a house, car, tree, and dog, and then easily press them back in. The shapes float--in fact, so does the entire book!--so they're perfect for bathtime, not to mention bed, travel, or any old time! Check out Animals, Counting, In and Out, or any of the other titles in this terrific series. (Ages 1 to 4) --Emilie Coulter
Product Description These best-selling soft foam books are great for bath time (or anytime) fun. Pop-out play pieces float in the bath and stick to the sides of the tub.
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Studio: Innovative Kids
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.54" Width: 5.62" Height: 1.51" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2000
Publisher Innovative Kids
ISBN 1584760214 ISBN13 9781584760214 UPC 697233000213
Reviews - What do customers think about Soft Shapes: Big and Little?
Soft book series are wonderful Apr 3, 2008
My 14 month old loves these soft books. This one is really very good because he can easily remove the objects because there are holes in them and he can pull them out without struggling. It's great for restaurants because he's still in the throwing stage and these won't harm anything.
Soft Shapes: Big and Little Aug 8, 2002
Our daughter loves this book. As fast as we can put the shapes in the book, she takes them out. Hopefully, she will soon learn to put the shapes back in the book. She chews them, waves them, and hands them to us. They are also fun in the tub.
Hours of fun! Jul 20, 2000
My one year old twins got this for their birthday and just love it. They can pop the shapes out and put them in their mouth. The pages are easy to turn for them and they seem to read the book longer than others. This book is my favorite in the series because all of the shapes have holes which make it easier to get the pieces out.