Sunday, November 7, 2010

Book Review & Giveaway-Little Scholastic Numbers & Zoo

Little Scholastic books are must have books if you have little ones and they would make a great Christmas/holiday gift for any little infant and toddler this year. Their bright colors, sturdy pages, and fun illustrations make them delightful reads and my little girl has loved them, even though she's right outside the recommended age group.


Bold and bright, this tactile board book features numbers to count and touch. Review basic numbers with this appealing, hands-on format!

Ages Baby to 2

The Numbers book is a great touch and feel book for infants. It's simplistic in it's words and illustrations, and it's vivid colors and different textures make for great sensory stimulation for babies and toddlers.


An intricately designed board book with colorful art that leaps off the page and can literally be pulled out of the page as well. Each spread is designed to nest a removable flash card. When all four flash cards are removed, they can be reconnected outside of the book to create a four-piece puzzle. Zoo is a three-in-one reading experience: book, flash card, and puzzle.

Ages 1 to 3

The Zoo book is a great sensory book for toddlers. With bright colors, soft touch and feel flash cards, and a vivid peacock puzzle to put together, toddlers will enjoy this book. Each removable flash card has a soft colored square on one side, and when flipped over is a puzzle piece. Both of my kids enjoyed playing with this book.


Both Little Scholastic's Numbers and Zoo books are ones I highly recommend. They're great for having at home and fit easily into any diaper bag/purse. I'm a huge fan of carrying books in my purse, as you never know when you'll be stuck in line somewhere, and books are a perfect distraction for my kids.

Thank you to Scholastic, we have two sets we are giving away!! To enter, please fill out the forum below. This is for US residents only please.


From the most trusted name in learning comes Little Scholastic, a developmental publishing program that introduces reading to babies and toddlers ages birth to three years. Each book features rhyming, repetitive, or predictable text, interactive components, and familiar subjects—all formatted to delight babies, toddlers, and parents. Visit for expert advice and articles, parenting tips, book information, and more.

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