Poke-A-Dot! Emergency Vehicles
Discover exciting vehicles that race to the rescue! See the pictures, name the vehicles, and poke the irresistible buttons on every page to hear satisfying clicks and pops. This sturdy 10-page interactive board book invites kids to pop along as they explore full-color photographs of rescue vehicles that fly, tow, float, and zoom (a rescue helicopter, tow truck, police car, etc.). Poke-a-Dot® books help encourage language development, vehicle recognition, and fine motor skills. Patented Pop-a-Tronic technology lets kids one and older discover different popping sounds by poking the dots from the front or the back, with pages raised or flat!
The most satisfying book ever! Just like the full-size Poke-a-Dot books you know and love, the Poke-a-Dot Board Books feature mesmerizing popping plastic buttons. From simple concepts like shapes and colors, these basic picture books encourage hands-on interaction with pages. Each page features a picture, 1-2 poppers, and 1-2 words. Explore the enthralling snapping sound of the Pop-A-Tronic™ technology. The board book series measures 6” x 6” and features 10 thick cardboard pages. ~Sarah E
These books are so much fun! Read with your little ones through these poetic books and let them Poke the Dots as they count the animals in each book. Children will be engaged right from the front cover, as they get to push in the plastic dots on the animals on the front of the book, and on every page in the book. The plastic dots are made of sturdy plastic that pushes in quietly from the front side, and makes a loud popping sound (similar to an intense bubble-wrap popping sound) from the back side, and pages are double-thickness cardboard. These books were made to stand up to lots and lots of reading, counting, and poking. Poking the dots encourages children to count and helps them keep track of the animals they have already counted. These books were tested and approved here at Rainbow by one of our harshest critics (4 year old Cheyenh), and yes the adults played with them too. Once you start poking, it's hard to stop. ~ Donna
- Janice Staff on Dec 10, 2015