The Many Benefits of Early-Age Reading

By now you have probably realised reading is a wonderful activity to share between you and your little one! It is amazing how sharing stories, talking and singing with your bub will help their development. Through introducing these activities every day, your baby will familiarise themselves with sounds, language and, eventually, the joy and value for books! 

Mom reading with her kid

At this point, your baby starts to understand that pictures represent objects! They also will show preference to certain pictures, pages or even some storytelling. At 12 months your child’s ability to remember increase tremendously, pointing on a page and repeat your sounds and even turning pages without your help!

At this age, we recommend board books that have interactive elements, such as sound, buttons, or textile elements, such as our 'Sing With Mizzie' Sound Book & our 'Mizzie Likes To Help Bella-Boo' Touch & Feel Books!

Little boy reading with her mom

At Mizzie The Kangaroo, we are passionate about providing fun and engaging books to help support your little love on their reading journey! Mizzie's range of books are all interactive and brightly coloured to develop your bubs curiosity and interest.

The 'Sing With Mizzie' Sound Book is the perfect way to help bub develop a love for reading and singing! This special book has interactive buttons that when pressed, sing one of 6 Aussie favourite nursery rhymes! Bub can listen, sing and read along, connecting sounds to words and letters!

Kids reading a book together

The 'Mizzie Likes To Help Bella-Boo' Touch & Feel Books, are the perfect interactive experience for reading little ones! These books have interactive, tactile elements on each page to help keep bub curious and engaged whilst reading! Our Touch & Feel books also come in two versions, 'At The Beach' and 'Be Active', which teach kids valuable lessons, like water and beach safety and ways to be active indoors and out!

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