Mix and match facial features to create funny faces
Chicken Cheeks - (ISBN: 978-1416948643)
by Michael Ian Black
Every child is fascinated with animal posteriors, and this book adds to their vocabulary of terms for animal rears! While an aspiring bear is creating a tower of animals, views of their rears keep readers giggling! A moose on top of a duck! Plenty of jokes keep the readers in stitches!
Flip a Face: Baby Talk - (ISBN: 978-1593541057)
Preschoolers and even young toddlers will enjoy the vivid graphics and the variety of faces in this board book. Teach your young ones the names of facial parts as they look. Later they will be able to “read” this book to you.
My Mouth is a Volcano - (ISBN: 978-1931636858)
by Julia Cook
How can a mouth be a volcano? When it is bursting to say something, when it can hardly wait to talk when someone else is speaking is when! Louis cannot help it, he believes, when his words come bursting out. How does he learn to control his wiggling, jiggling words? Do you ever suffer from volcano mouth?
Small Brown Dog with a Pink Nose - (ISBN: 978-0316058308)
by Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen
Amelia claims her pretend puppy is lost. So her trip to the animal shelter to “find” him leads to the perfect pet. She loves all of his endearing characteristics. She even provides prospective dog owners with a guide to help readers acquire a dog! Read this book with caution if you are not a dog owner already. You may “find” more than just an enjoyable book!
The Noisy Book - (ISBN: 978-0590617291)
by Margaret Wise Brown
A Scotty dog who must have his eyes bandaged learns to rely greatly on his ears in order to figure out what is going on around him. Cover your eyes and try to identify the sounds you hear. Try describing familiar items by sound instead of appearance.