Welcome, class! Brainy babies will love learning all about their bodies and what makes them tick. This engaging, tongue-in-cheek board book also features a surprise lift-the-flap ending!
A chunky board book that helps your baby understand their body as they grow!
Anatomy f or Babies is a baby book with information about the senses, organs and other body parts. Your child will learn how to point to their brain, heart and lungs as they follow along with the colourful illustrations.
The flip-flap mechanism and baby characters will appeal to young children, making this book a wonderful way of captivating your little one's attention while teaching them about their body.
Learn, discover and grow!
An essential book for babies learning all about their bodies, this engaging board book will help your child as they become aware of how they smell, how they see and how they feel. With a surprise lift-the-flap ending, Anatomy For Babies makes learning interactive and fun.
Your child will discover:
The importance of their bones
Their brain and features on their face
Why lungs are important and how they work
All the senses (and why their feet are ticklish!)
Anatomy for Babies is part of Little Tiger's Baby 101 series, a collection of lift-the-flap books created for babies and toddlers. Learning will always be exciting with colourful illustrations, simple captions and flaps.
Also in the Baby 101 series:
Botany for Babies
Architecture for Babies
Zoology for Babies
Economics for Babies
Engineering for babies
This is Book 1 in the Baby 101 Series. See all Baby 101 books here.
Jonathan Litton has written numerous children's books in prose and verse. He loves using his science background to write about sea creatures, space and saving the planet, but is also fond of penning stories about pirates, princesses and picnics. When not writing, he can usually be found on his bike.More about Jonathan Litton
Nicola was raised by the seaside in beautiful Brighton. She loves reading, dancing, rhyming and turquoise things. She now lives with her husband in East London and spends her days writing and editing children's books.More about Thomas Elliott