Lift-the-flap books are SO cool when you are in preschool. At that point, you are old enough to use care when turning pages and lifting flaps, and you are young enough to still be fascinated by what might be underneath each flap, even if you’ve already seen it 50 times. Or 100.
David Carter’s 100 is, in my humble opinion, the best lift-the-flap book ever! It helps a child practice counting to 100 by making the task simply irresistible. There are 100 fun things to count in this book, and each page has 5 items that are hidden under a series of flaps, just waiting to be discovered. Here’s an example of what a page looks like in the book:
If you’d like to see the entire book, there’s actually a great Youtube video that quickly runs through every single page. It can give you a good sense for just how much fun the book really is!
The next time I make a purchase at Amazon, I’m actually planning on buying another copy of this book (priced nicely right now at just $12.92). It will go in my gift closet to wait for the next birthday party we attend. It makes an EXCELLENT gift.
Have you recently discovered any children’s books that are just too good not to share? I’d love to hear about your finds and your favorites!
I received a complimentary book for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are strictly my own. This post contains affiliate links.