Baby First Book Crib Bumper

Item number   w-ga-1004372
List Price $26.00
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Product Description

This infant soft toy is a crib bumper, baby's first book, and cognitive development toy - in one! Baby First Book Crib Bumper by Galt is a unique bendable picture book sure to engage your baby's senses. This double-sided fabric book features 6 black and white smiling faces of animal friends on one side, and colored animals on another one. Zebra, monkey, cow, panda, dog, and cat will be become your baby's first play companions. The black and white pictures encourage the youngest infants to focus their eyes and see clearly. As your baby grow, you can turn the bumper book to show the colored faces. The special soft design makes this bumper book perfect for lining around your crib or for floor tummy play. Educational Toys Planet offers the Baby First Book Crib Bumper as a great way to encourage tummy play and strengthen eye control.

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Product Details

  • SKU w-ga-1004372
  • Manufacturer recommended age Birth
  • Our recommended age birth to 12 months
  • Brand Galt
  • Quantity available in stock 96
  • Dimensions of package 12" x 10" x 1.5"
  • Country of manufacture China
  • Manufacturer part number 1004372
  • UPC 5011979565242
  • Positive Ratings 80%
  • Total Reviews 1

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  1. Total Reviews: 1
  2. Positive Ratings: 4 of 5
  1. Rating: 4 by Julie, OH I like the music. It is so nice not to listen to baby tunes! My grandson is still only 5 months old. I bought this a couple of months ago and he enjoyed looking at the bright colors. Then when he got a little older he started following the lights with his eyes.