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Tourbillon

Pull and Play Books

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Feelings
It's never too early to encourage children to talk about how they feel. This newest title in the Pull and Play BooksTM series provides reassurance and support through gently humorous situations. Children will identify with feelings voiced by Little Crocodile and his friends. Using pull-tabs to control the changing pictures, children are empowered to apply their newly learned knowledge to their own experience. A timely and important addition to preschool books about social and emotional growth.

Brothers and Sisters
Little Crocodile, Little Monkey, and all their friends have siblings-siblings who take their things, make a mess, or just get in the way! But as their mommies and daddies show them, siblings can be a lot of fun too, if they know how to get along.

Mealtime
Little Crocodile, Little Monkey, and all their friends may not like to try new foods or know what to do at mealtime, but as their mommies and daddies show them, eating well together can be fun for everyone!

Potty Time!
Little crocodile, little monkey, and their friends are growing up . . . and they just might be ready to say, 'No more diapers!' But little crocodile likes his diapers, little monkey can't get to the potty in time, and little bear thinks using the potty takes too long. Young children will find comfort in pulling the tabs, changing the pictures, and finding out all about taking the big - and not so scary - step to using the potty!

Time for Bed
It's bedtime, but five animal friends just can't seem to fall asleep. Little crocodile wants one last hug, Little monkey feels it's too dark and Little cat just wants to play some more. With patience and understanding, their mums and dads know just how to soothe their children, and provide the comfort that eventually sends them off to sleep. Young children will enjoy pulling the tabs to change the pictures on every spread, to see just how the little animals are reassured.