It’s very short, introducing six shapes: square, circle, triangle, rectangle, star, and heart.
It’s about a baby named Bobo who bounces through several shape-themed environments.
Along the way (on every page), Bobo bumps his head on stuff, hence the bandaid. It’s cute. Trust me.
My toddler loves yelling, “Go! Go! Bobo!” and then giggles.
I trace my finger along Bobo’s path while I read and say, “Boing. Boing. Boing.”
Boing. Splash! The shapes and pictures in the book are embossed, so toddlers can feel the outline of the shapes.
We love Basher books. Any of his books make a great addition to a homeschooler’s library.