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Beautiful first learning books

Five beautiful books that are perfect early learning material for little ones.

British Museum: Opposites

Written by Nosy Crow
0-2

With amazing objects from the British Museum, this first opposites book is a treat for curious little ones! This series of captivating board books encourages children to engage with early learning concepts. Part of Nosy Crow’s list of publishing in collaboration with the British Museum, these stunning photographic board books are as beautiful as the objects inside it and make ideal gifts. Inquisitive toddlers will enjoy learning their first opposites, with gorgeous photographic images on every page. Scan the QR code at the back of the book to find out even more about each fascinating object!

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National Trust: ABC, A walk in the countryside

Written by Nosy Crow Illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw
0-2

This elegant alphabet board book will teach little ones all about nature. Following two children on a day in the countryside, beautiful illustrations and visual storytelling bring a narrative feel to this simple book for very young readers.

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Alphabet Street

Written by Jonathan Emmett Illustrated by Ingela P Arrhenius
2-5

There’s so much to discover in this ingenious little book! Read the story, lift the flaps, enjoy the funny rhyming text, learn the letters of the alphabet and, then, when you’re finished, flip the book and have fun with the playscene on the reverse!

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100 First Words

Illustrated by Edward Underwood
0-2

This vibrant, large-format board book is both informative AND super-stylish – with flaps to lift on every page! Featuring gorgeous artwork by homeware designer Edward Underwood, which is sure to appeal to parents and toddlers alike, little ones will love discovering what’s under the bold, easy-to-lift card flaps as they identify their first 100 words.

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Animal Families: Farm

Illustrated by Jane Ormes
2-5

Find out the different names for mummy and daddy animals on the farm – and then lift the big, sturdy flaps to find the babies, with a double flap and peekaboo holes on the final spread! A striking, satisfying introduction to animal families from printmaker Jane Ormes, with eye-catching artwork using bold neon ink to capture the attention and imagination of babies and toddlers.

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