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Lamaze Classic Discovery Book
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- Lamaze toys grow with babies and are enjoyed in new ways as the months go by
- Stimulating colourful rattle with plenty of activities for your baby
- Bright contrasting colours and pattens stimulate vision
- Rattles, squeaks and crinkles develop auditory senses
- Different textures to grip and grab refine motor skills
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With eight pages of fun, the Lamaze Classic Discovery book features friendly and cute woodland characters. Full of surprises for baby to touch and feel, the book includes soft textures, bright colours, and sounds to encourage baby's exploration. The creative force behind hundreds of award-winning toys, Learning Curve created the Lamaze Infant Development system by working in tandem with parents, babies and childhood experts. Learning Curve understands that what matters most to parents is keeping their children healthy, happy and safe.
The company's goal is to help parents do just that by offering products for every stage of a child's development, from feeding to playing to sleeping. Learning Curve's thoroughly researched developmental toys engage children and provide parents with peace of mind. And their care, safety, feeding and soothing products give you solutions to day-to-day needs at mealtime, bedtime, at home and on-the-go.
The Lamaze Infant Development system guides you through three key stages of your baby's development. Lamaze toys grow with babies. Toys are enjoyed in new ways as the months go by. With every Lamaze Play and Grow toy you give, you help baby to see: bright contrasting colours and patterns stimulate vision
Hear: rattles, squeaks and crinkles develop auditory senses
Touch: different textures to grip and grab refine motor skills
Imagine: lovable characters inspire pretend play and enhance social skills.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's like the Giraffe - there's one in every book for kids, so you are going through the pages mooing, baaing, grunting, clucking, quacking - then up pops the Giraffe and ............silence. Baby looks at you waiting for the Giraffey noise - but there ain't one. They just eat trees. So you go ffffffffff hoping they believe you.
Looks good now in the car instead of fluffy dice.
June 2014 and have now removed from the car and passed on to second baby arrival who is now at the "scrunching the pages" stage. Have practised my bubble noise for the goldfish page, but to be honest, it's not very convincing. Has lasted well though so still have to give 5 star review.
My 6 month old loves the bright colours and the fact he can grab the book in his hands and it will make a scrunchie noise.
Very good product :D
she loves books, but can't be left alone with the cardboard books as she likes to chew them so we bought this book so that she can look at it in her pram or in the highchair.
has a good range of textures, a squeaker and a rattle, nice quality item with the hoop to attach it to prams etc.
looked at quite a few books but am a fan of Lamaze items with their quality and variety of textures and this one lived up to expectations.
was worried it cost a bit more than some other, but will last a long time and the baby loves it so worth the money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like how there is a theme across all the pages in the book, teaching babies causal relationships between the pages. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Larissa Read
Great my 5 month old loves this book well done again Lamaze!Published 15 days ago by Dawn dalgleish
From all the baby toys I Bought him, this is his favorite by far. He loves the crackling sound it makesPublished 1 month ago by Robert Ovidiu Marc