Educational books
Introduce your little one to the ABCs and 123s with these gorgeous books!

First 100 numbers

This bright board book grabs the attention of babies with its vibrant colours and simple photographs. Introducing numeracy to your little one using familiar objects, the book also widens your baby's word and picture association skills.

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What will I be?

This cute lift-the-flap book takes your tot on a wildlife journey with a difference, exploring the very beginnings of several animals. This is a fun way of introducing your little one to the concept of life cycles and the diverse creatures that make up life on our planet. 

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Little Learners: First words

Tilly wants to learn how to read, so Big Big Grandpa Bear helps her. This cute book has fun turning wheels and pull out pages, plus your tot can stick each tile in place as she goes along and pop them out again.

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Animal Doodles

Keep your tot busy with this hefty activity book. The instructions on each page will spark his creativity, while drawing and colouring-in helps develop his fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. 

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My Magnetic Farmyard

This magnetic barnyard folds ouyt so your tot can create farmyard scenes according to the atories in each of the four included books. He can also use his imagination to create entirely new scenes while excercising manuel dexterity. 

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Wipe Clean Farm

Give your tot's fine motor skills a workout with this wipe clean activity book. The guidelines on each page help your child practise his drawing skills and introduce him to the concept of writing. The free-play pages also encourage creativity. 

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Sleeping Beauty

The classic fairytale of Sleeping Beauty gets a fun twist in this book. Your child gets to complete the picture on each soft-to-touch page using soft felt stickers- great fun!

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Thandiwe's choice

This wipe-clean playbook is lots of fun. Colourful magnets can be placed on each page and there's a pen provided for the step-by-step drawing exercises. These provide a great workout for your tot's fine motor skills.

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Wipe clean animals

Your tot's gross motor skills get a good workout when he traces the lines with the pen in this wipe-clean book. Mathematical concepts such as shapes and counting are also introduced and spaces for individual drawing encourage creativity.

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WILD Alphabet

This beautiful alphabet book makes a great gift. Each page features a letter with an exciting pop-up element and an interesting animal fact that will hold your tot's interest. It's a great introduction to letters.

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The Gruffalo magnet book

Your toddler will love joining his favourite gruffalo characters in the forest in this fun magnetic book. The magnetic characters make great playmates as he navigates the activity pages.

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Splashy sea

Let your toddler spend some time under the sea with this interactive lacing card book. Press out the characters and let him thread the laces through the holes, developing hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity. Great fun for rainy days!

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My magnetic space station

This interactive set comes with four mini board books, a magnetic space station and tons of magnets. Althought he magnets are a bit tiny for smaller hands, the hardboard pages of the books are easy to handle and your tot will be fascintaed by the wonders of space.

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I can draw farm

This interactove book gives your toddler a chance to learn about animals in a totally different way- by drawing them! With an easy shap-by-shape guide, your toddler's confidence will soar. The wipe-clean surface means he can draw until he gets it picture perfect!

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Ready, Steady, Poppy Cat

Poppy cat and his friends have a very busy day. To get everything done, everyone hops in a different vehicle and it turns into a big race. Pop the vehicle playing pieces out and join the fun to develop your child's hand-eye coordination.

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