Introduce numbers and counting to young children, featuring beautiful illustrations and two cheeky guinea pigs, Bob and Ginger, that kids will love.
Guinea pigs Bob and Ginger head to the beach to go looking for sea creatures. From one jiggly jellyfish to four sticky starfish, and all the way up to 10 stripy sailboats, children will learn to count with this fun and sturdy board book.
Guinea Pigs Go to the Beach helps children aged 0-5 to develop their early learning skills as they have fun learning their 123s at the beach. Bright, countable illustrations of sea creatures are brought to life accompanied by text which helps to broaden their vocabulary. Children will enjoy learning to count with this sturdy 123 board book that is perfect for little hands to hold and will stay engaged with the charming guinea pig characters.
This exciting early learning book for kids features:
– Key early learning topic of counting along with character-focused illustrations and text that encourages both learning and the enjoyment of reading.
– A safe, sturdy board book format that is ideal for little hands and preschool play.
– Twelve numerical pages with detailed and colourful illustrations of marine creatures.
– Descriptive text develops vocabulary and introduces children to basic concepts like colours, letters, and numbers.
Guinea Pigs Go to the Beach is the ideal book for parents and teachers who are introducing young children to their numbers. This sturdy board book is perfect for little children to hold by themselves, featuring numerals and descriptive lively text with easily countable illustrations. Featuring the cheeky characters of Bob and Ginger, children will be encouraged to return to the book again and again, both as a bedtime read and a learning tool!
Complete the Series
This delightful book is part of the Guinea Pigs Go range of board books for babies and toddlers from DK Books, so why not check out the other adorable title in the series, Guinea Pigs Go Bug Hunting, which teaches little ones their ABCs!
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