Spring and Easter Books from Usborne

Usborne Books have released some lovely new titles for Spring 2024 that are sure to delight.

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Tiny the Secret Adventurer: The Mystery Visitor

Tiny the Secret Adventurer: The Mystery Visitor is an eagerly awaited title in our home as we ADORED the first book in this enchanting series by Aisha Bushby and Kübra Teber. They are ideal for newly independent readers with their balance of text and illustrations.

You can find my review of both the first book and this latest title in my blog post here. You will also find a link to Usborne activities related to the series too.

Usborne Life Cycles One Little Chick

Fabulous to see a new title added to the Usborne Life Cycles series. One Little Chick is the perfect Spring addition and would make a sweet Easter treat for your little nature lovers. Find out what we love about this book in our Spring Books blog post here.

Don’t Tickle the Cow!

The latest title in the touchy-feely sounds series from Usborne – Don’t Tickle the Cow! – is made to make you smile. There’s three aspects to these books that I love and make them the perfect board book for little ones from 6 months +.

Firstly, the way that Sam Taplin writes the prose in the book engages the young reader so well as what is written is directed at the reader. Eg. Don’t tickle the goat! You might make it bleat… you know that they’re not going to be able to resist!

Secondly, it’s a wonderful sensory feast of sight, touch and sound. With beautiful, soft fabrics used for the animals, bright spreads and cut outs on certain pages. At the back of the book there is an on/off button for the sound which is ideal.

Finally, these books are the perfect precursor to reading and writing skills. Don’t Tickle the Cow! is exactly the kind of fun and interactive book to develop phase 1 phonics skills. If you’d like to find out more about phase 1 phonics check out this blog post.

Here’s a peep inside below.

Find the Duck at Easter

I love gifting books at Easter and Find the Duck at Easter is the perfect gift for little ones. This is an ideal title to share with siblings. To find out more about my thoughts on this book head to the Easter Books and Crafts blog post.

Wipe-Clean Spring Activities

I’m sure everyone knows about the super wipe-clean series from Usborne. We wouldn’t be without these activity books. My daughter was so excited to see the latest title Spring Activities. If you haven’t come across them before they’re laminated pages with a dry wipe pen included that means the activity book can be used over and over again!

I find these books have so many uses. They’re ideal for putting in a bag when out and about. We have lots of hospital appointments and they’re great for taking to those. Popping one behind the seat of the car for on the go entertainment has saved us several times. They are a great activity book to have out when your child returns home from school. I find they help to regulate their emotions with some of the activities such as dot-to-dots and mazes.

There’s a little video below so you can see the types of activities that are in the book.

Little First Stickers – Easter Bunnies

A new Easter Bunnies sticker book. There’s a special coating on the paper of Little First Stickers that mean you can reposition the stickers on the page. The lovely thing about these sticker books is that each spread it invites you to tell a scene using the stickers from a little prompt about what is happening.

However, I would say my daughter has often ignored these and gone freestyle! Take a glimpse inside with the video below.

More Usborne Spring and Easter Books

Find more Usborne Spring and Easter books here. Access free Easter resources from Usborne here.

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