Pop-Up Peekaboo! is the newest pop-up book I will be reading with Hannah. She just loves these type of books and it gives her the opportunity to learn new words.
Take your toddler on a frozen adventure in this lift-the-flap pop-up book.
This wintry pop-up peekaboo book follows Polly Penguin as she searches for Charlie Chick. Babies and toddlers can lift big flaps and see five peekaboo surprises pop up from the pages: a sleepy seal resting on the rocks, a huge whale swimming to the surface of the ocean, a colourful squid exploring a deep-sea shipwreck, a beautiful bird preparing to take flight, and a huddle of adorable penguins keeping each other cosy and warm.
The lively, read-aloud rhymes encourage literacy and early learning, while the surprise pop-up scenes will delight curious preschoolers. With the help of parents and caregivers, toddlers will have fun turning the sturdy board book pages, guessing what’s hiding under each flap, and then lifting the flaps to reveal the adorable winter animals and play peekaboo!
Ideal for interactive preschool play, Pop-up Peekaboo! Penguin will appeal to both parents and children and is certain to keep little ones entertained time and time again!
A lot of these types of children’s books have flaps that are easily broken. The quality of the board and the flaps in this one gives me hope that little hands will not be able to destroy it. A lovely storyline for the little ones with cute illustrations.
Disclosure: I was sent the book to review by Penguin Random House South Africa. I was not required to write a positive review. This post is in line with my blogging policy.
Look for other books in the Pop-Up Peekaboo collection:
- I love you
- First Words
- Woof Woof
- Things That Go
- Pop-Up Surprise Under Every Flap
- Sophie la girafe Happy Birthday Sophie
- Sophie la girafe Sophie
Inspiration published on Lavender and Lime December 13:
- 2019: Cherry Compote
- 2017: Review Cape Winelands Cuisine
- 2013: Turmeric
- 2010: Alex Garden Restaurant, Strand
8 thoughts on “Pop-Up Peekaboo! Penguin”
Tandy this book sounds just perfect for my preschool grandchildren. If I could send it to the Falkland Islands where they are living I would definitely buy one.Unfortunately postage to the Falklands (Malvinas) seems to have been suspended by just about everyone.Still I live in hope. I;ll tuck the details away.
I think that Australia is not sending post to most countries, certainly not South Africa 🙂
Christmas with a grandchild must be something very special..
It is, but we won’t be with them this year sadly.
the quality of the flaps is often a problem in pop-up books. good to know this wonderful sounding book does not have such an issue.
Yup, Hannah has managed to tear quite a few 🙂