The Little Black and White Book Project - Spectacular Animals of East Asia
The Little Black and White Book Project - Spectacular Animals of East Asia
The Little Black and White Book Project - Spectacular Animals of East Asia
The Little Black and White Book Project - Spectacular Animals of East Asia
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The Little Black and White Book Project - Spectacular Animals of East Asia

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This beautiful black and white baby board book allow baby to explore the Spectacular Animals Of East Asia.

In this chunky board book, help baby fin the 12 animals who live across the region of Southeast Asia. From the Asian elephant to the hornbill, to orang-utans and geckos, enjoy sharing these picture books with babies and toddlers to help stimulate their development and inspire an early love of wildlife.

 Highlights

  • Perfect size and shape for little fingers
  • Durable - will withstand a good bit of chewing!
  • High contrasting images, wonderful for visual development

Size

  • 150mm x 150mm x 18mm

Brand

Ruth Bradford, the brainchild of The Little Black & White Book Project has a mission: to inspire the next generation of animal lovers and conservationists from as early an age as possible, which is why black and white is the vehicle being so important from those first days. She believes that exposing children to the amazing wildlife on our planet beyond what they see on their doorstep is the best hope of protecting it for the future.