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Big Steps: I’m Not Sleepy, We’re Having A Baby & Can You Say Please


The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones cope with everyday experiences in their lives.
Age: 18 – 36 Months

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Each page has really helpful tips for parents and carers that are endorsed by leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer. With delightful illustrations from Marion Cocklico these books are brought to life with fun flaps and mechanisms.

In Can You Say Please?, Tom and Nancy share their toys and practise their good manners.

In We’re Having a Baby, Nancy is going to be a big sister. Her family help her prepare for the new baby. See Grandma and Grandpa come to look after her when Mummy and Daddy go to the hospital, then watch as she welcomes her new brother home.

In I’m Not Sleepy, watch little Ned and his mummy go through their bedtime routine even though Ned is “not a bit sleepy”. See Ned clear away his toys, have a bath, a story and then a song.

Additional information

Weight0.14 kg
Dimensions260 × 404 × 215 mm

What our experts think

The Big Steps books are a great way of introducing children to different life skills and building their confidence and familiarity with doing them. Watching characters their own age experience different things goes a long way in letting children know that they are normal, healthy and not scary.

The children enjoyed pointing to the different pictures, opening flaps and naming objects, which is fantastic for helping to build their vocabulary and prepare them for learning to read. The book is also sturdy enough for enthusiastic hands. Our testers found the little tips at the bottom of the page useful.

Skills developed

– Encourages interest in reading

– Helps build vocabulary

– Teaches children about life skills