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BOOK REVIEW: Pop-Up Peekaboo! Space by DK

Toddler development is about first friends, manners, language advancement, potty training and transitioning from a baby to a child, all important milestones for these little humans.
Language plays an integral part at this age and it’s so rewarding watching your toddler’s progress in speech and language, unfold right in front of your eyes.
It’s also the perfect time to create a love for reading. Studies show that kids with active exposure to language have social and educational advantages over their peers — and reading is one of the best exposures to language.

“We had the pleasure of going on a space rocket adventure with the space-themed addition to the hugely successful Pop-Up Peekaboo! series. Both my toddler and I genuinely enjoyed this read! It’s his first go-to book for reading time, he loves the interaction and imagery, definitely a favourite for us”, says Anje Hill, editor of Absolute Mama Magazine.

Pop-Up Peekaboo! Space, takes you and your toddler on a voyage to the Moon in this lift-the-flap book with pictures that pop off the page! This book follows two little astronauts, Daisy and Danny as they blast off into space on their first mission to the Moon. What will they find/experience along the way to landing on the Moon? An exciting rocket race, a very helpful Rilo the Robot, a funny alien spaceship as they finally land on the Moon, planting a flag with a friendly message from Planet Earth.

This 12-page board book, aimed at ages  0-3, is sure to inspire and encourage literacy, early-learning and captivate the attention of curious little minds with its storyline and beautiful imagery and pop-up space scenes, an absolute must for any toddler’s collection!

Available through Penguin Random House at most major book retailers at the recommended price of R120. To view the full Pop-Up Peekaboo! Range click here.

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