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age: 0-6m

colour: wielokolorowy

product dimensions (cm): width 104 x height 17 x length/depth 0.5

product weight after unpacking: 0.15kg

total weight of product with package: 0.27kg

delivery cost in Poland: 15 pln

stock: estimated delivery 25-10-2017

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This dual-stage developmental book provides visual stimulation and encourages tummy-time play for head-lifting exercises. One side of the book is fit for the first three months, while the other side caters to 3-6 months old babies.  


  • high contrast black, white and red images stimulate baby's sight
  • variety of textures and crinkly elements intrigue baby
  • helps extend tummy time
  • easy to fold and take along

Age tips:

0-1 months
Immediately after birth, baby seeks visual stimulation beyond his blurry surroundings. Place the Double-Sided First Book to the side where baby's head is turned, to offer enriching visual stimulation.

2-3 months
Baby's visual field is still limited. When baby lies on his stomach, raising his head to look at the book, he is strengthening his neck and shoulder muscles.

The Double-Sided Book includes two sides, one that offers intense visual stimulation and another that offers subtle stimulation. The book is appropriate for babies from day one, when their eyesight is still limited. Make sure you place the book at the appropriate distance from baby (8-12in/20-25cm in the first 2 months).  

Reducing Stimulation
If your baby seems restless or uncomfortable (crying, averting her gaze, etc), adjust the level of stimulation. Move the illustrations to find an image he finds pleasing or cover some of the images with a soft bib or blanket, leaving only one within his field of vision. Alternatively, simply turn the book to the other side.

Increasing Stimulation
If your baby seems bored or uninterested, make sure the book is placed at an appropriate distance. Move the book every so often to expose baby to new illustrations. 

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