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First Baby Days Series

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For your baby's first months (and year) of life, we couldn't recommend this trusty novelty board book series from Pat-a-Cake more! 

Babies only really start recognising some colour when they're 8 weeks old, and even then it takes them a little while longer to begin distinguishing the differences of high contrast colours. So a board book series with black-and-white elements as well as one or a few primary recognisable colours can aid your little one's development more than you think. 

The series will be relevant to older babies and toddlers, as it tackles first experiences and high interest elements like peek-a-boo, vehicles and opposites, and has lovely little pull-tabs to engage your little one

If you love this series of board books, check out Felt Flaps Where's Mr? and the Peekaboo series, too!

All the First Baby Days books in order:

Book 1: On the Move (2017)
Book 2: Funny Faces (2017)
Book 3: Splish Splash (2017)
Book 4: Moo Peek-a-Boo (2017)
Book 5: Animal Train (2018)
Book 6: Night Night (2019)
Book 7: Bath Time  (2019)
Book 8: Spots and Stripes (2019)

Book 2
Book 2

First Baby Days: Funny Faces: A look and laugh mirror board book

Babies will love these bright and bold high-contrast books, perfect for sharing from birth.High-contrast colours are eas... MoreFirst Baby Days: Funny Faces: A look and laugh mirror board book

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Book 5
Book 5

First Baby Days: Animal Train: A high-contrast, fold-out board book

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Book 7
Book 7

First Baby Days: Bath Time: A book that changes colour in water

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