Spot Goes to the Farm
Written by Eric Hill
Suitable for: 0-5 years
Sponsored by: Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
Available braille grades: Grade 1,
Have fun with Spot on an adventure to the farm and meet the baby animals. We have adapted the original published book to include Braille, feely pictures behind each flap and an audio soundtrack which reads the story and guides the child through the book. Read by CBEEBIES Presenter Chris Jarvis.
Dad wants to show Spot the baby animals, but it looks as though they’re hiding! Will Spot and Dad be able to find them?
Toddlers will love discovering different farm animals in this classic picture book. With fun flaps to train fine motor skills and an adventure to encourage curiosity and exploration, this is great for early learning and play.
Listen to an audio clip
Hello, my name's Chris and we're going to read a picture book together. This story is about a puppy dog called Spot and the animals he meets at the farm. There are raised dots on the pages; these are the words of the story. And there are colourful pictures on each page that show what's happening in the story. There are also feely pictures on some of the pages for you to touch.
On the front cover is a picture of Spot, he's a yellow puppy dog. He has yellow fur, two black eyes, a round black nose, a big brown spot on his side and a brown tipped tail.
Spot is sitting on a pile of yellow straw. In his mouth is a stalk of corn. Spot's gently holding and stroking an orange hen. This is a happy picture as they are both smiling.
- A lift the flap picture book with raised tactile images.
- Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
- An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.
Touch to see image list
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