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  • My daughter has enjoyed the book and everytime, she sees the book lying around, she would pick it up and turn the pages to look at the pictures

    • by Sydney Hazelton
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      My 19-month old daughter is a fan of the popular children’s TV series, In the Night Garden. We even bought some DVDs for her the other day. Then we saw the book version of the show and she instantly recognised the characters and smiled when she saw it. So we bought the book for her.

      This BBC Children’s Book is based one of the stories in the show. In the Night Garden was produced by the same producers


      as Teletubbies, if you have heard of them.

      The Lost Blanket is a lift-the-flap book. In this story, Igglepiggle is looking for his lost blanket. Kids are encouraged to lift the flap to look for the blanket. And everytime my daughter looked behind a flap, she encouters all the other characters such as the Pontipines (some wooden creatures whol live under a big tree), the Tombliboos (three colorful siblings living in a bush), and some other stuff like ...


      • a ball or Makka Pakka’s (a stone creature) Og Pog (push cart containing sponge and soap). This book is also a touch-and-feel book since kids can feel the fabric for the blanket. My daughter will run her tiny fingers through the fabric.

        My daughter have been watching the TV series for awhile and could recognise the characters in the book easily. It is a very simple book with clear and bright pictures of the beautiful garden and the

        characters.

        Since Lost Blanket is a board book, it is easy for kids to handle and turn the pages without destroying it. It can also withstand rough handling by the kids. My daughter has enjoyed the book and everytime, she sees the book lying around, she would pick it up and turn the pages to look at the pictures. Even though she can’t read the words yet, I’m glad that she is beginning to cultivate the habit of reading.




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