Price £6.99
Description Description This sweet, soft and stackable first cloth book is the perfect way to introduce babies to the animals of the jungle!

This beautiful jungle-themed cloth book features first animal names and colourful, high-contrast illustrations on a coloured background. Babies are born with undeveloped vision and researchers have found that they strongly prefer high-contrast images that stand out in their blurry new world. They can marvel at the brightly-coloured jungle animals of all kinds on these soft cloth pages.

The small and chunky cubed format makes it easy to grasp and play with. Each book in the series sits inside a sturdy, reusable box featuring atmospheric illustrations. The boxes can be stacked and arranged to form different patterns as a bonus puzzle game!

Little ones will be enthralled by these delightful and giftable books as they develop their vision and language skills, as well as hand-eye coordination. 

Other titles available in this series of beautiful cloth books are Dinosaurs, Ocean and Farm.
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Format Cloth Book 10 Pages
ISBN 9780711275256
Size2.36 in x 2.36 in / 60.00 mm x 60.00 mm
Published Date October 18th, 2022
Happy Yak is a loveable imprint for 0–7-year-olds, perfect for small children with big personalities. Offering pre-school, picture books and illustrated non-fiction, our purpose is to publish playful books that make you smile. All of our books are bright and accessible, with eye-catching design, contemporary illustration and engaging, entertaining text.
Margaux Carpentier
Margaux Carpentier is an illustrator and print maker based in Stoke Newington. She studied in both Paris and Surrey and spent her early twenties playing with pens and various mediums until she developed her unique graphic style. She now adapts her illustrations in 3D as well as large scale murals. Earthy and folk-inspired, her work also draws on fantastical elements and wild imagination. Her books for children include Someone Like Me (2016, Concern Worldwide) and Inside Animals (2020, Wide-Eyed Editions).
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