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Babies love books, and it's never too soon to lay the foundations for a lifetime of reading. Usborne baby books are designed using the latest information from child-development experts and draw on the experience of parents and carers to create delightful books that will appeal to babies while helping their development.
Research shows newborn babies love high-contrast images and Baby's very first books feature bold illustrations along with simple words to help babies develop their vision and language skills. See all Baby's very first books.
Read about the benefits of sharing books with babies, which include developing language skills and boosting the baby’s confidence, on the Scottish Book Trust website.
Little hands will love pressing the buttons to hear the sounds and songs in these enchanting noisy board books.
Click on a cover to listen to a sound clip and see inside.
Each page of these touchy-feely books is designed to be visually stimulating with simple, eye-catching illustrations. Baby's very first lift-the-flap playbook also has flaps to lift and intriguing touchy-feely patches for little fingers to explore.
Click on the covers to find out more.
"The perfect gift for any baby or toddler."
Progressive Pre-School Magazine review of Baby's very first noisy nursery rhymes
From the moment a baby is born they are seeking to make eye contact, and pictures of babies in particular are very relatable to them. Baby's very first books are full of cute babies, sleepy babies, wriggly babies and more - perfect for keeping your baby absorbed.
Read more about why babies love books featuring other babies at the Scottish Book Trust website.
Little hands will find lots to explore in this bright and vibrant board book full of textured fingertrails to follow and touchy-feely patches.
"The brilliantly simple concept is a winner with very young children, trusted by parents and still one of the best baby series on the market."
The Bookseller review of the series That's not my...
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