Skip HopAlphabet Zoo Soft Activity Book

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What weabout it
Big, soft book with sensory features unfolds for play

Description


Skip Hop’s Zoo animal characters make an appearance in this large, soft book that unfolds accordion style. Inside are five animals, each with a special sensory feature: a plush elephant with a crinkly ear, a fox with flap feet, a lion with a touchable mane, a monkey with a banana teether and a zebra with a baby-safe mirror.

Though each animal’s page features the first letter of its name in lowercase, with just five animals this is hardly an alphabet book. Still, younger babies love the bold colors, interesting textures, and playful faces of this simple toy.

Parents report that it is well made and holds up to washing (line drying recommended).

Specs


  • 5 oz.
  • 1.5 x 7.5 x 6.5 inches
  • Safety-tested to meet or exceed ASTM, CPSIA, EN71 and applicable safety standards

User Reviews (6)


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Ariel
January 18, 2017

This is really cute, but I was disappointed to find that it doesn't have as many "sensory" activities as I expected. The only textures are the crinkly ear on the front of the elephant, the felt accents on the inside, and the banana teether. It doesn't have enough variety to keep my daughter interested. I would look for another toy with more options!


Teresa
December 14, 2016

I thought there would be more letters, or have more bells and whistles. I bought other toys that were better.


Alison
December 2, 2016

Interactive, cute, machine washable, and baby has loved it since birth (now 8 months old).


Kayleigh
November 16, 2016

My baby was obsessed with it. I don't know why, but she loved it. Is there any other reason to love something?


Amanda
April 16, 2016

Nothing special about it, unfolds accordion style rather than like a book which I didn't like.


Lynn
April 1, 2016

It only includes the letters e,f,l,m and z. The only really engaging aspect of the book is the elephants ear.