Interactive Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids

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Affiliate Links Lift-the-flap books engage kids, getting them moving and doing as they read and learn. These new, interactive flap books are great choices for curious toddler and preschool-age children.

Also check out this list of recommended, newly published board books, 2016 and my FAVORITE board books of all time.


Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids

Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids
Peekaboo Pals 123 A Gareth Lucas Lift-the-Flap Book 

It’s the Animal Antics race. Lift-the-flaps to count the animals as they race in numbered groups starting with 1 polar bear on a pogo stick to twenty turtles on a train, then 30, 40, 50 and 100. 100 rabbits on a rocket wins the race. Sturdy flaps and reinforced pages ensure this book will last multiple readings.

Sturdy large-sized board book with flaps GALORE. Look for the pets in the house, animals in their forest homes, guess who lives where, and find who lives in the rainforest and on the farm. Cartoon illustrations help kids engage with the animal kingdom.
Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids
Papa Seahorse’s Search by Anita Bijsterbosch
Help Papa Seahorse look for his lost baby seahorse by lifting the flaps. Practice your sea animal counting and meet many other sea creatures. I love the embedded learning in this story.
Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids
Cock-a-Doodle Moo!
Learn facts and discover info and photos about farm animals lift-the-flaps, find the differences, do a maze, look for opposites ,and lots more! I really like how much kid-friendly information is packed into this  interactive, engaging book with specific pages dedicated to horses, cows, pigs, and sheep.
Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids
What’s Up? by Olivia Cosneau (coming Jan 2017)
Watch a chicken lay an egg, an owl open his eyes, flamingos dance and other animal antics when you lift the flaps or pull the tabs. Heads up on this book, the pages are paper and are not board book sturdy.
Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids
Hello World a Celebration of Languages and Curiosities
by Jonathan Litton, illustrated by L’Atelier Cartographik
Even big kids like lift-the-flap books — and this one is a great choice for elementary age kids because it’s a fun way to learn about the world. Find out how to say hello in lots of languages starting with Europe then South America, Asia, Africa, Australia and Oceania. Under the flaps discover the phonetical way to say the word or phrase and a fact.
NEW Lift-the-Flap Books for Kids -- so engaging!

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