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Nearly Purrfect…but not quite

Advantages: Durable and lovely pictures
Disadvantages: Not many different textures

...Usborne Touchy Feely book of Kittens Nearly Purrfect…but not quite I have already written a review on the other big texture book of the series, ‘Usborne Touchy Feely Book of Puppies’ which is rather similar to this one with one big exception – this book ...

elfbwillow 02.11.2009 · Read full review
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Review of The Usborne Big Touchy Feely Book of Kittens (Board Book) - Fiona Watt, Rachel Wells

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It's Grrrrreat!

Advantages: Teaches children about textures and is very durable
Disadvantages: Very short

...Usborne Touchy Feely book of Puppies It’s Grrrrreat! One of the first type of books I started buying my daughter was the touchy feely hardback board books and straight away as a baby, my daughter enjoyed running her little hands over the different text ...

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Review of The Usborne Big Touchy Feely Book of Puppies (Board Book) - Rachel Wells, Fiona Watt

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Bully-proof your life!

Advantages: A child-friendly self-help guide with practical exercises to build self-esteem
Disadvantages: Some of the suggestions seem a little naive

...Any book that helps children to deal with being bullied has to be worth exploring. Jenny Alexander’s self-help guide provides a good balance between theory and practice and is written in a chatty, conversational tone which immediately reassures the rea ...

moistbabe 26.01.2012 · Read full review
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Review of The 7 Day Bully Buster - J. Alexander

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