A Tiny Teether by Melanie Walsh
Farm Animals (Tiny Teethers)

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Colorful, easy-to-grip board books invite babies to look, touch - and taste! - with the cool addition of safety-tested, water-filled teething rings.

Sometimes babies love looking at colorful pictures and listening to Mom and Dad make funny animal sounds. Other times - when that teething urge takes over - nothing else will do but to grab everything in sight and gum it for all it’s worth. Why not let babies have the best of both?

Each of these four individually polybagged little board books features bright, amusing illustrations and simple text naming the sounds creatures make. But what babies will really sink their teeth into is the attached plastic water-filled ring, which can be removed for easy cleaning or cooling. What’s more, the books’ top and bottom edges are notched to make them perfect for little hands to hold on to. This is one collection of books to suit every baby’s taste!
 

About Melanie Walsh

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Melanie Walsh is the author-illustrator of several books for toddlers, including WHAT'S THERE? and BIG AND LITTLE, her first books with Candlewick Press. She lives in England with her partner and twin sons.
 
Published April 1, 2002 by Candlewick. 14 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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For babies, the Tiny Teether series by Melanie Walsh offers something to chew on: a removable water-filled teether attached to a shaped mini-board book. Colorful illustrations, bold design and simp

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