OUR BEST INTERACTIVE MUSICAL NURSERY RHYMES BOOK for BABIES. Music Singing Push Button Board Book. Educational Sing Along Toys. Baby Books for Toddler. 1 year old boy gifts. 1 year old girl gifts.

The Ditty Bird book series includes 5 beautifully illustrated singsong books for babies and toddlers ages 6 months to 3 years. Every interactive book features lovable, Ditty Bird, your little one’s new best friend who loves to sing little ditties and invites all children to sing along while exploring dazzling pictures.

Easy and fun, Ditty Bird features a fantastic range of musical board books designed to appeal to inquisitive little fingers. Enjoy vibrant, colorful imagery on easy-to-turn pages while discovering classic children’s songs with Ditty Bird leading the sing-along.

Each sound book features 6 images with 6 push buttons that play nursery rhymes, children’s songs, classical music, farm animal sounds, or musical instrument sounds. Playing with the music buttons allows your child to have fun, be fully engaged with the illustrations, build early language and fine motor skills, and develop an appreciation for music. The books also help promote auditory development, giving children a head start for school.

Ditty Bird makes a perfect gift! New parents will cherish the time they spend bonding with their young ones while pushing the sound buttons and singing along to the sweet, classic tunes. Designed to be durable, these books are a great addition to every baby and kids book collection, and make ideal first books.

– Ditty Bird Electronic Book Series
– Push Buttons Play Nursery Rhymes
– Batteries included

Product Features

  • EASY, FUN, GREAT TO SING ALONG: Read, listen, and hum along as Ditty Bird sings your favorite Nursery Rhymes. The electronic push button on every spread triggers one of the six best-selling rhymes sung by children. The beautiful and colorful images will hold your baby’s attention even longer. Includes: Itsy Bitsy Spider, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Row Row Row your Boat, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Old MacDonald had a farm.
  • EDUCATIONAL & DEVELOP SKILLS: Reciting and singing rhymes is a great way to support children’s language learning. The engaging music buttons help build early language ability and fine motor skills. The easy to turn pages and simple layout promotes manual dexterity, and early reading concepts. At the same time, it promotes lap time, bonding and helps to build relationship with your little one.
  • YOUR BABY DESERVES THE BEST: Our fantastic chunky board books are designed to appeal to inquisitive little fingers and outlast even the roughest toddlers! Parents and children alike will be enchanted by these charming Ditty Bird interactive board books which are distinguished by the exceptional quality of the tunes, and colorful illustrations featuring your new friend Ditty Bird.
  • PERFECT GIFT: These interactive books make great gifts for boys or girls baby shower or toddler birthdays or 2017 Christmas Toys. Perfect for infants to toddlers. Once a child has a love for reading, it is a lifetime gift! A Registry and Gift-Giving Favorite!
  • CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS TOP PRIORITY: We guarantee hours of fun! Our products come with a 1 month 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. If you are not satisfied for any reason, return your book for a full, instant refund. Buy now while supplies last.

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    By Amy Peyrard on March 10, 2018

    Fantastic – love them – will buy more! We bought these books (farm animals and nursery rhymes) for our little one who is 9-month old. He loves them, and is very intrigued by the music/sounds, which is great.The books are really great:- The pages are easy to turn for little hands, and the child can quickly remember where to put his finger to play the music / sound- The book itself is strongly made, and will resist being chewed / spat on- Nice vibrant colors, and the characters/design are very…

    By Alexis Chardon on March 10, 2018

    Adorable, sweet illustrations and real children’s voices singing

    By Anonymous on March 10, 2018

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