Pat the Bunny: Touch n Feel (Golden Touch and Feel Book) Plastic Comb – 1 Jun 1962
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The original classic touch and feel book that has been entertaining babies for over 60 years.
About the Author
Dorothy Kunhardt is best known as the creator of "pat the bunny,"
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Top Customer Reviews
I find the pages to be quite robust, Judy's book and the peek-a-boo cloth are still attached even after a lot of play. Also, the fact that I was able to wipe the pages clean (including the fluffy bunny after an over zealous, chocolate covered, two year old found the book immensely entertaining), it's a definite plus in my opinion.
However there are few minor annoyances. The mirror is quite flimsy so the reflection is quite distorted, it scratches easily and the rattle device inside the button box page is quite thick. This affects the shape of the page and it has caused an imprint of the device on the following page, right across the dolly's face. The number of times I have had to reattach the cover of the book to the comb is just annoying. I've sellotaped the comb now so that it can't happen again, but I'm disappointed that I've had to do this.
I'm only deducting 1 star for these annoyances as I don't want to put anyone off buying this for their little one. It is great to see the amount of enjoyment that my daughter gets from this, it is well worth it. But I think buyers should know that they might spend just as much time repairing it as reading it.
The content is poor, as well. There are much better interactive books available now, with more textures and colours. Also it smells disgusting.
I ended up gifting "Baby Touch: Playbook" which is far nicer, with more colours and textures, and much better bind quality (and half the price!). It was very well received, the child loves it and it keeps him entertained.
This book gives children a chance to see and feel what the person in the book is doing. When an adult us holding their little one and introducing them to the touch and feel of the picture, a lot of love is shown. Reading to your children is a sign of love to your children, and something they will remember forever more.
Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will have a chance to feel and smell the flowers, feel their daddy's beard, feel the bunny's soft fur and on and on. I think children will want to keep reading this book through their preschool years. This is a book that soon to be parents will enjoy, grandparents will like to have this book in their home, and schools and preschools will enjoy it for all ages of children. A wonderful first book.
Recommended. prisrob 06-10-15
Also, although I specifically selected the "board book" option, mine has come with a plastic comb binding, which came apart as I took it out of the box - before my children had got anywhere near it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great idea for a book but poor quality, considering a baby will be using it, poorly madePublished 1 month ago by Ewelina Berrill
Give this to your family & friends with very small children <1 year to 2 years- the kids will love you and the adults will spend the rest of their lives trying to get the text... Read morePublished 7 months ago by RobW
Perfect present for my smallest grandniece, who is just getting the hang of touching and feeling.Published 8 months ago by Dr G.
This books was requested by my family who live abroad, they were delighted with it.Published 20 months ago by Judith Varley
Delightful book, great illustrations, ideal for my granddaughterPublished 21 months ago by S T M Wilde
went soggy and came apart at the (plastic) binding.
Nice story though the illustrations are really basic.
more for show than practical.
My son absolutely loves the role play in this reworking of an old fashioned book. A little humour for the adults too!Published on 13 Oct. 2013 by Kelly Twinkle