Baby sees patterns by Adam Wilde


Published by Picthall and Gunzi, 2015.

To help the visual part of a baby’s brain to develop, it’s really important for young babies to look at big, bold, bright images. There are plenty to look at in this brightly coloured board book. There are checkerboard patterns, waves, diagonal lines, polka dots and stripes. The symmetrical, geometric patterns are dazzling and eye-catching. You can almost hear your baby’s brain working as they take it all in!

A word of warning – this is not a good book to read at bedtime. The patterns are far too stimulating and all the hard work of your soothing bedtime routine would be undone in no time!

Rating: 💙💙💙💙

Suitable from birth.

We borrowed this book from Solihull Libraries.

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