Friday, January 19, 2024

Bizzy Bear has adventures that wee ones will enjoy with lots of fun tabs to pull and push in sturdy board books

Bizzy Bear: Chinese New Year by Benji Davies 

My thoughts: 
Stay-at-home little ones and those who attend multi-cultural toddler preschools and activities will learn from this cute board book about the Chinese New Year and it's different (to some) celebrations. What a great introduction into a different culture this would be. Lots of fun and so very cute. Love the rhymes, too.

About the book: Bizzy Bear and his friends get ready to enjoy the Chinese New Year celebrations in this novelty board book full of tabs to slide, push, and pull. Follow Bizzy Bear and enjoy a night of fun festivities!

Bizzy Bear: Pet Vet by Benji Davies 

My thoughts: 
Little ones learn how a sick or hurt beloved pet goes to a pet doctor (Vet). While there the Vet "scans" and wraps the pet. A cute way to teach how doctors help animals.

About the book: A dynamic new title perfect for animal lovers in this phenomenal board book series

Help Bizzy Bear as he looks after the animals at the veterinary clinic in this novelty board book full of tabs to slide, push, and pull.

Bizzy Bear: My First Memory Game: Vehicles by Benji Davies 

My thoughts: 
This kiddie board book has four scenes with a variety of vehicles on each. Children can learn the names of vehicles and then find them on the slide board. It is a "game" that can be played repeatedly as children's memory retrieves the location of a specific vehicle on the slide board. Or they can learn to identify the specific vehicle on the page when asked where it is. Lots of memory exercises here and fun. An opportunity for interaction of young child with adult or older child, too.

About the book: Play and learn with slider fun in this large-format board book featuring Bizzy Bear and lots of things that go!

Play and learn with Bizzy Bear! There’s lots of slider fun to be had in this new, large-format board book. Little ones can enjoy memory games and search-and-finds while building vocabulary in four different vehicle-centric scenes, including on a construction site, in the city, at the airport, and in space.

DISCLOSURE: I was provided copies to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.


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