National Geographic spins off its best-selling Little Kids First Big Book series into engaging new board books to introduce even the littlest kids to high-quality nonfiction. These sturdy pages showcase animals and how they move, with amazing photographs, super-simple facts, and lively, age-appropriate language to keep babies and toddlersand their grown-upsfascinated by every colorful page.
Stunning photos of wildlife in action introduce babies and toddlers to creatures that creep, crawl, hop, slither, soar, and more. Watch how fluffy and scaly creatures, both big and small, move from place to place.
Designed to be the stepping stone to the popular Little Kids First Big Book series, these board books take similar subjects and distill them down to the simplest nonfiction concepts for the youngest audience. Not only will readers learn how animals move, they can also find recurring shapes and patterns in the art, while adults can keep their eyes open for occasional funny commentary from the animals. Sidebar text offers additional learning for older siblings or those ready for more complex information. With their square shape, bright and playful design, awesome photography, clear text, and cues to encourage interactive learning, the Little Kids First Board Books mirror the beloved First Big Books while taking a fresh new approach to excite a baby's sense of wonder and make learning about nature and science fun.
About the Author
RUTH A. MUSGRAVE, B.S. Education, is an award-winning children's author, animal science expert, and writer for National Geographic Little Kids magazine and the National Geographic Little Kids Look & Learn book series, including Look Up, Peek-a-boo, Big Cats, Look Outside, In My Garden, Birds, Pets, and Let's Make Music. Musgrave shares her fascination with animals with students of all ages by teaching, writing, and developing curriculum.