13 Feb 2015

Little Tiger Press Pop-Up Fun Books: a Review

Little Tiger Press does an imprint for their younger readers called Caterpillar Books. These books are great for little ones to develop a love of reading and learn through play.

February saw the launch of two brand new titles in this category as part of the Little Snappers series. We were sent a copy each of these two lift-the-flap board books titled Cheep Cheep Pop-Up Fun and Snip Snap Pop-Up Fun to read and review.

Little Tiger Press Pop-Up Fun Books
The books are nice and chunky with a sturdy hard board cover and binding. What struck me was the use of vivid colours on the cover and throughout the books. The illustrations are big, bold and bright, and are guaranteed to captivate inquisitive little minds.

There are giant flaps and colourful pop-ups on every page to go with the rhyming narrative. Both J and I were impressed by the pop-ups. Cheep Cheep Pop-Up Fun has cute farmyard animals jumping out at you from under each flap. But if you are looking for a spot of thrilling adventure, then Snip-Snap Pop-Up Fun is the book for you. Behind each flap, you will find hiding a wild animal ready to roar and snap.




J is learning rhyming words at school at the moment, so this pair of books has come at just the right time for us to practice at home. He was happy to do phonics as well, tracing his little finger along the letters on the cover and sounding them off.


Cheep Cheep Pop-Up Fun and Snip Snap Pop-Up Fun are written by Jonathon Litton and illustrated by Kasia Nowowiejska, and should help start out little ones on their reading journeys.

Disclaimer: We were sent a copy of these books for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.









26 comments:

  1. They look so fun and colourful , just prefect for engaging the little ones :)

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  2. I always loved reading lift the flap books with the kids when they were small and these look really lovely - colourful and fun.

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  3. These look great for little readers, bright and colourful

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  4. Oh I love pop up books, but Mini would destroy them and he did any pop up books until he was about 7!

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  5. These look like fantastic books. My daughter would be very happy to receive one of these. Lovely.

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  6. Cute books, my children used to love pop up books

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  7. lh honey these books look fantastic, Joshua is a fan of books with interactive elements and these pop up look lovely x

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  8. these bring back some great memories i loved these books as kids and my childrn now love them too , books look fantastic x

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  9. Erin loves stories and especially ones that have pop ups or some other movement involvment.

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  10. My kids love pop up books or books with other imaginative features.

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  11. The books are hard cover and colourful so perfect for kids. I like the fact that the book had flaps behind which are farm animals waiting to jump out.

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  12. These books look lovely - pop-ups are great to help little ones learn to engage with books.

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  13. My reception class would like this ! very much

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  14. Pop ups are great... in theory, but mine have always tore them.
    How do you think these would stand up to more battering?

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    1. They seem sturdy enough to handle some toddler bashing. Only time will tell!

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  15. these look lovely for little ones

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  16. Pop up books are a lovely idea and these ones look so bright and colourful, I bet any small child would love reading them.

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  17. These look adorable and totally the kind of book I would have bought when my girls were young

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  18. My boy loves pop up books, these look great! xxx

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  19. These look fab, my two would love them

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  20. Aaron's learning rhyming words at school presently too. He's constantly asking me "what rhymes with vet?" and what rhymes with dog? He'd love these books. He's so keen on learning he's already done his half-term homework. Going to have to fill his brain this week. x

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  21. These look great - I love how colourful and bold they are - my 3 year old would adore that crocodile!

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  22. Love these - Sebby is obsessed with farm animals and these would be perfect

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  23. Aww they look very cute, and nice and colourful

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  24. these look like wonderful colourful books! x

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