While others may look at the gnawed corners of our board books and question my kids' fiber intake, I prefer to view it as...evidence of their affection for the printed word. But sadly, some of our books have been adored beyond repair. So I was intrigued by the more resilient reading material from TyBooks.
The three titles look like typical softcover storybooks, but unless your toddler gets hold of the scissors, they are seriously indestructible. I literally tried to tear apart one of these books and couldn't make a dent in it.
More importantly, I love the colorful illustrations, reminiscent of Eric Carle, and that the pages are wordless. No insipid dialog or painful rhyming schemes--just a great opportunity for you and your baby to explore birds, bugs, and farm animals together.
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