Celebrate the 20th anniversary of That's not my... with this gorgeous new addition to the bestselling series. Babies and toddlers will love touching the textured patches as they meet zebras with hairy tails, fuzzy noses and soft stripes. The bright pictures and textures to stroke are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness.
Illustrations:Full colour throughout
'For 20 years Usborne have been supporting the literacy development of the very young with their series of touchy-feely books ... Hairy tails, fuzzy noses and bumpy hooves are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness by engaging them in the reading experience and encouraging them to predict and retell the sequences for themselves. The perfect counterpoint to handing the toddler a screen device to keep them amused, and help them discover the joy of books. Let them catch the reading bug early!' - Barbara Braxton, Teacher Librarian
Rachel Wells is a mother, writer and cat lover. She lives in Devon with her family and her pets and believes in the magic of animals. Rachel grew up in Devon but lived in London in her twenties working in marketing and living in a tiny flat with an elderly rescued cat, Albert. After having a child she moved back to Devon and decided to take the plunge and juggle motherhood with writing.She has always wanted to write and found her voice in her first novel, 'Alfie the Doorstep Cat'. She has always had cats as pets, ever since a young child. Rachel is delighted to have been able to combine her two main passions at last. 'Alfie the Holiday Cat' is her fourth book.
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