This charming collection of board books will be an excellent tool for stimulating your baby's mind. Black-and-white images have the strongest impact on your baby at birth.
Visual Perception Collection uses skillfully designed high-contrast, black-and-white illustrations, perfect for a baby's developing eyesight. However, starting at around three months, the baby's ability to see color improves. As a bonus, every page in this series also includes a splash of additional color. That extra pop of color means this is a series that will grow with your baby.
Visual Perception Collection can also be the perfect tummy time books for your newborn. Without tummy time, your baby may experience delays in developing the crucial motor skills of learning to push up, rollover, and crawl. But when it comes time to be on their belly, most babies fuss. Visual Perception Collection is one way to reduce a baby's boredom and unhappiness during tummy time. The high contrast shapes and patterns in the Visual Perception Collection provide the baby with something simple and engaging to focus on during the so-important tummy time.
Visual Perception Collection includes two board books; one, Hello, is about engaging with friends, family, and soft, fluffy toys. The second book, Animals, introduces your baby to a variety of creatures. Each title has sturdy holes for the baby to peek through.
Use these in the baby’s early months to make tummy time more enjoyable.
Publisher's Information Publisher: Usborne Books Author: Mary Cartwright Illustrator: Grace Habib Age Recommendation: 0+ Grade Recommendation: Tiny Tots+ Faith-Based: No Consumable: No Pages: 10 Size: 6.1" x 6.7" Format: Board book
Baby's Black & White Books - Animals ISBN: 9780794553609
Baby's Black & White Books - Hello! ISBN: 9780794553623
Review by Flanders Family Home Life:
”Although the pictures are predominately black and white, I like the fact that the artist adds small pops of color to each page. And Charlie really enjoyed the little peek-through windows that allowed details from one picture to show through in the next.”