Baby’s First Book Blocks Review
It’s never too early to develop your child’s love of reading. According to my parents I started reading at a young age and when I was almost five I got my first library card. We’ve always had lots of books in our home for our children. We’ve introduce them to so many different characters and stories. I was recently contacted by powerHouse Books to review their Baby’s First Book Blocks and share my thoughts with my readers.
The First Book Blocks arrive in a package with four little books. Each book is filled with colorful shapes and images to help stimulate your babies visual cues and help develop basic motor skills. These mini board books are strong and durable. They are perfect for stacking and building. My son is seven month and he’s putting everything in his mouth so I have to watch him closely with the books but so far they have held up very well to all his baby use.
The mini block books are great for helping kids develop skills like turning pages, color recognition and stacking, just to name a few. Just a few minutes of play each day is all you need to get your child to start learning about books.
Baby’s First Book Blocks was published by powerHouse Books in June, 2014. You can purchase the set of books for $14.95 from the website. These books are great for kids ages three and under. Learn more about the books below:
About Baby’s First Block Books:
Baby’s First Book Blocks is a series of mini board books designed to entice infants to focus and develop their visual acuity. Featuring high-contrast colors, eye-catching shapes, and colorful patterns, these chunky little books also incorporate the latest scientific research about vision development, making for the perfect introductory baby books.
Four little block-shaped mini books, each measuring
2-3/8 x 2-3/8 inches, comprise this adorable set:
Book 1: Black and White—simple but interesting shapes moving into more complex shapes and patterns
Book 2: Red, Blue, and Yellow—introduces primary colors and slightly more complex shapes, moving into real patterns with multiple colors
Book 3: Color and Pattern—secondary colors and more complex patterns
Book 4: Visual Excitement—subtle shades and complicated patterns
Instructions on the box explain how to use the books to help your baby’s visual development.