ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- The hidden baby animal is a standard trope in children's books, but what sets this one apart is the cleverness of the illustrations which change from one kind of animal to a different one. Each right hand page folds out three times, revealing another set of animals each time - so though the book might only have five pages as such, the flaps contain twelve sets of animals and their babies altogether. So a lion and his cubs unfold to be a hedgehog and her hoglets, which in turn unfold to an orangutan and her infant! A fun book to share with children aged 3 to 5. Lindy Jones
There's an elephant and her calf hiding somewhere in this book - can you find them?
This interactive picture book with unfolding flaps has a surprise for the reader at every turn. Lions turn into Orangutans with the help of Ali Khodai's innovative illustrations linking animals together. Where's Baby Elephant? combines entertainment and learning in a fun and exciting way. This beautiful hardback picture book is perfect for introducing the animal kingdom to young children and is the ideal gift.
Khodai's illustrations excite young children's imaginations and creativity. His vibrant illustrations bring these adorable animal families to life on the page.