Favorite Laugh & Learn characters bring familiar songs and nursery rhymes to life. Turn each page to hear favorites like “Pat-a-Cake” or “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”. All the while, Baby will be learning about counting, first words, letters, numbers, shapes and more—so much learning fun in store.
Six classic nursery rhymes come to life in this musical book featuring baby's pals, Puppy & Sis!
Open up a world of fun and learning for your baby with the Laugh & Learn® Storybook Rhymes musical book! A turn of the page activates childhood favorites like "Pat-a-Cake" or "Row, Row, Row Your Boat," with colorful illustrations featuring Puppy and Sis! And while you and your little one are bopping along to the music, your baby will be learning about counting, first words, letters, numbers, shapes and more! And with an easy-carry handle, you can take Storybook Rhymes everywhere you and your little cuddle-bug go!
Where early academics come into play
Numbers & Letters: When babies press the ABC & 123 light-up buttons, they'll hear letters and numbers that match each page, helping them learn to love reading!
Colors & Shapes: With a press of the Shapes & Colors light-up button, little ones will hear phrases that help teach them the different colors and shapes they see
What others say about this product?
“My 1 year old and 4 year old nieces love this! It keeps them entertained for long periods of time, which as some of you know is hard when it comes to younger children. My one year old niece loves the sounds that come from the storybook and dances to them. My 4 year old niece enjoys saying the rhymes along with the story books and has me read them to her as well. The storybook is made of very durable material. It has been dropped by my nieces a few times with no damage done.”
“My 1 year old absolutely loves this. He is constantly turning the page to his favorite song - The Itsy Bitsy Spider. Love how interactive it is and sturdy! He has dropped it many times yet it still works. Highly recommend! ”
“Birthday present for 1 year old. As soon as he saw it, picked it up to play. Older brother wanted to play with it too.”