Sampler Bundle of 12 Board Books for Children

US$35.88 US$20.28
Item number: BB-Mix12

These board book bundles are a great way to sample & explore different genres, interactive features, & collection sets!

Each order contains one book from different collection sets (12 books total). Depending upon which theme or category you choose, your bundle may include any representation from the following: 
•A Lift-A-Flap Book
•Learn to Sign Lift-A-Flap
•Learn to Sign Nursery Rhymes
•Arnold Family Values
•Sesame Street Learning
•Disney Characters
•Baby Einstein - Sing With Me
•Springtime with the Animals
•A Child Learns… Values
•Things That…
•Fantasy Creatures
•Touch and Feel
•Life Events
•Tabbed book
•Pop-up animls 
•Pop-up faily tale
•Animal Families
•Google Eyed Books
•Spin Eyes book
•Lenticulat Eyes
•Inclusivity Series
•Values Matter Series

Note: Books shown in pictures show some of the potential books or type of book you may be shipped.

So, if you really like the book & want to order more just like it (from the same collection set), you can! Just message Maestra Casiano to discover other available titles or browse the online store yourself!

Remember, Maestra Casiano can custom create a book bundle just for your child based on age, interest, lifestyle, learning preferences, gender, etc. Message her to discuss!


The books are high interest and provide meaningful exposure to new vocabulary.  

These are great gifts! Expecting parents; mothers & grandmothers on Mother's Day; fathers & grandfathers on Father's Day; toddlers on birthdays will enjoy spending precious time with loved ones reading these books!

Teacher's Tip for Reading:  Before reading the words in the book, look at all of the pictures and discuss what the child sees. Build background to make the reading more engaging & help children make connections between the meaning of the story in pictures & in words. Discuss the concepts of nonfiction (real) & fiction (fake/make-believe). Discuss what evidence there is that the book is fictional - do animals talk? Are there superpowers?