Can You Say It, Too? Quack! Quack!

Can You Say It Too Quack Quack Five lavishly illustrated spreads meet big recessed flaps and a host of animals to spot name and mimic in these delightful little board books for the very young

  • Title: Can You Say It, Too? Quack! Quack!
  • Author: Nosy Crow Sebastien Braun
  • ISBN: 9780763675899
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Board Book
  • Five lavishly illustrated spreads meet big, recessed flaps, and a host of animals to spot, name, and mimic in these delightful little board books for the very young.

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    1. Lots of fun saying the animal words, even more fun in lifting the flaps to discover what's hiding behind. Overall this is a win win with the only drawback being that this book isn't the sturdiest thing in the world in regard to the flaps. You're going to want to be a little careful your toddler doesn't devour this book. Literally.

    2. If a person is going to write a book for children to learn prepositions, the author of the book should be correct when writing the book. There is a page in the book that asks, "Who's that beside the rock?" When the reader lifts the flap on the rock, there's a frog BEHIND it, with the words, "It's a croaky frog! Ribbit! Ribbit!" What is actually BESIDE the rock is a bird.

    3. My little one is 18 months and she loves lifting the flaps. She picks this book off the shelf every day and looks at it multiple times. The flaps were a bit tricky for her when I first got it (at about 10 months) but now they are a breeze. The animals all have very friendly faces, and you can practice making their designated noises. Otherwise there is not much to this book, though. I wonder if she will still read through them by the time she is 3.

    4. My 18-month-old daughter loves the Can You Say It Too? lift-the-flap books by Sebastien Braun. She loves making the animal sounds. These are books she can "read" to herself over and over. She loves lifting the flaps and has since we got the first one more than nine months ago. We were so glad when two new Can You Say It Too? books came out. This one and "Arf Arf."

    5. A way lot quicker than I expected but a fun little flap book. The flaps were really stiff which will probably bode well for durability but I'd recommend pre-bending them before handing off to a little one.

    6. Lots of who is that behind the door; with flaps, and animals behind the flaps. Great to use for storytime with animal names and noises.

    7. Animals are hiding beneath the flaps and readers are encouraged to make each creature's distinctive noise when they are uncovered. Vibrant digital artwork. Great for sharing with toddlers.

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