This simple yet effective board book features wonderful, bright illustrations and a cast of delightful animals. With die-cut holes throughout, children can say 'Peepo!' to all the animals and watch as one animal is magically transformed into another. Finally they can say 'Peepo!' to themselves in the mirror on the last page.
Trying to find books for babies is a really hard thing to do. After all you have to find something that is not only colourful but also easy to repeat that will amuse someone with a very short memory. So it was a real joy to discover Ella’s Pepo books (in this case the Lion) which was quick to go through, had some great colours and finally told in such a way that the baby is virtually guaranteed to laugh. With one new nephew (and another on the way) its going to be a lot easier to find books to keep them happy and ones that their parents will soon be clamouring for.
A letter to the zoo asking for a pet results in a succession being dispatched - all of them containing highly unsuitable pets! All, of course, except the last one . . .
The sturdy flaps, lively illustrations and engaging text in this charming book are sure to entertain and delight.
A children’s favourite from a few years ago and one that has interaction pull downs that will entertain both children and parents. Add to the mix some great story telling, some colourful characters and an overall story that more than amused a 35-year-old adult and it’s a book that I expect to be “borrowed” on a permanent basis by either my twin or my sister. It’s just a case of who get’s to it first.