Sunday, June 22, 2014

Baby's First Book Blocks - Review

I received products for review. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.
I don't have little ones in my household and I'm definitely not expecting. That era came and went for me. But this seems to be the year of babies. I know several females that are due with child this year. That means I'm on the lookout for items that will make great gifts for baby showers.

Author Dan Stiles has fabricated Baby's First Book Blocks, a set of mini board books designed to help babies develop visual acuity and encourage blooming motor skills. After reviewing the book blocks, I'm sure they'd be a wonderful gift for baby.

Featuring bold colors, diverse shapes and intricate patterns, these compact little books offer a prime opportunity to interact with even the youngest babies. There are four book blocks in the set, which each book centered around a theme. One book shows black and white shapes. Another features red, blue and yellow shapes. The other two books have more complex patterns, shades, and colors. The books are small enough for a small child to easily grasp with their hands, and they can be stacked to resemble blocks.

I feel it's important to visually stimulate a child's mind and Baby's First Book Blocks provide that incitement.