Friendly Faces in the Garden: Baby's First Soft Book (Wee Gallery)
|Author:||Surya Sajnani (Illustrator)|
|Series:||Wee Gallery Ser.|
Meet cat, dog, bunny, raccoon, owl, and bee in this delightful cloth book for babies. With high contrast black and white bold line illustrations on soft, padded tactile pages, this soft cloth book features adorable friendly animal faces that babies will love and respond to. Ideal for reading in strollers, cots, and changing areas, this is the perfect gift for new born babies.
Please cut the sewn-in care label off the book before use and retain box for reference.
"Fab! " Paper/cardboard books get either ripped or chewed when given to my 8 month old which is why we went for these books! They are super! The pictures are perfect my daughter was very interested by them. All in all I'd definitely recommend these! -- Jennifer Mother of one The Baby Website 'the lovely super soft cloth books fold out into a series of pictures for baby to examine in easily recognisable black and white print. The simple illustrations are perfect for babies' face recognition patterning and open up a world of possibilities for wrapping the book round things, mouthing, and endlessly folding and unfolding. Machine washable, lightweight and robust, the cloth books come in Bearimg src="http://ir-uk.amazon-adsystem.com/e/ir?t=attacmummy-21l=as2o=2a=1784934291" alt=" width="1" height="1" border="0" / and Catimg src="http://ir-uk.amazon-adsystem.com/e/ir?t=attacmummy-21l=as2o=2a=1784934305" alt=" width="1" height="1" border="0" / variants, and would make a lovely baby gift.' Attachment Mummy
SURYA PINTO grew up in India, and graduated with a degree in Chemistry, Botany and Zoology before finding her passion in design. Surya has a wealth of experience in the industry and has worked for the prestigious Ray and Kehsavan Design. It was here where she trained under Sujata Keshavan, the only Indian designer to have been honoured as Graphic Designer of the Year at the Advertising and Marketing (A & M) awards. In 2003 Surya founded Wee Gallery with her husband, Dave Pinto, after their first child was born.