books remy loves: sophie la girafe

Like most children, Remy absolutely loves books. More so than most of her toys. If I’m not reading to her, she’ll often be found in front of her bookshelf, pulling out all of her books, and flipping through the pages of her favourite ones. It’s adorable.

Some of Remy’s most cherished books are Sophie la Girafe board books. Her first one was Sophie’s Big Noisy Day Book. With twelve pages, lift-the-flaps, and five sounds, this book is extremely fun for young children.

Next, I bought Sophie’s Busy Day. It’s much smaller and doesn’t have the same features of her other book. It is a touch and feel book though, and is interactive on another level. She loves it just as much as Noisy Day.

I think that as long as a book has colourful pages and is filled with animals, Remy will love it. It has been that way since she was two months old. She’s a creature of habit!

Please check out Sophie la Girafe books for your young ones if you haven’t already. I almost guarantee that they’ll be a hit.

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Emory

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  1. That’s adorable, my son loved the teether Sophie! He is almost two now and his new obsessions is a book called “Little Blue Truck”! https://www.amazon.com/Little-Blue-Truck-board-book/dp/0544568036

    I will look into the Sophie book for my 5 months old.

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    • We have that book! I LOVE IT, however, for some reason it makes Remy cry. I think I scared her when I made the different animal noises. Every time I pick it up to read it to her, she starts whining then grabs it and throws it across the room. Maybe one day she’ll appreciate it!

      Xoxo

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