Books Usborne - Lift the Flap Board Books MORE TITLES
- A fun and exciting way for children to learn about colours, with over 60 flaps to lift.
- With plenty of questions to answer and talk about, this book is perfect for sharing together.
- Includes naming, matching and counting activities.
- A colourful book with over 60 flaps to lift to teach little children about opposites in a fun way.
- Pages include colourful scenes at the park, in the ocean, in the jungle and more. Each flap has its opposite hiding behind it.
- Bright illustrations of large and small parrots, high and low swings at the park and hot and cold picnic foods make the opposites clear and give prereaders lots to spot and talk about.
- With pages for commonly used opposites such as above and below, inside and outside and big and little.
How do flowers grow?
- How do flowers grow? Where do seeds come from? Why do leaves fall? Little children can find out the answers to these questions and more in this beautifully illustrated lift-the-flap book.
- Each page asks a different question, such as “Why do plants have flowers?” The colourful illustrations, large and simple text and chunky flaps reveal the answers.
- Children can discover a bee’s favourite flower, see inside a spiky conker shell and see how trees lose their leaves in winter.
- A brilliant introduction to nature and science for curious young minds.
“Exquisitely illustrated, a delight to look at.”
The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2016 judges
Where do babies come from?
A delightful way for young children to discover where babies come from – from baby humans to kittens, caterpillars and kangaroos. Young children can lift the flaps to find out how babies are made, when they are born, what new babies need and how they grow. A charming, age-appropriate introduction to the facts of life to share with young children.
“The facts of life made fun and fascinating.”
Lancashire Evening Post
What is poo?
What is poo? Does everyone do it? And where does it all go? Children can lift the flaps to find the answers in this surprisingly charming book, and discover how much poo an elephant does, and what you can do with poo... There’s even a Who did these poos? quiz. A very informative little book!
What makes it rain?
With flaps to lift on every page, this delightful book answers the questions that all young children ask about the weather, from Where does wind come from? to Why is it colder in winter? With surprising facts and weather forecasting tips, it makes a brilliant introduction to weather, which is a UK National Curriculum topic for Years 1 and 2.
“An incredibly sweet non-fiction book that will turn your little one into a weather expert.”
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