Ditty Bird Sounds of Australia Board Book
Ditty Bird Sounds of Australia Board Book
Ditty Bird Sounds of Australia Board Book
Ditty Bird Sounds of Australia Board Book
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Ditty Bird Sounds of Australia Board Book

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Ages 6m+

Join Ditty Bird as he explores the sounds of Australia.

He is exploring 6 interactive and fun songs that have an Australian theme. Touch the sound button to hear the songs. Touch the button to turn the sound off. The book comes with an on/off switch on the back of the book to conserve batteries.

The book includes the following songs and sounds:

  • Kookaburra
  • Kangaroo, Skippy-roo Song
  • Didgeridoo
  • Dolphin
  • The Barramundi Song
  • The Magic Flute, Mozart

Ditty Bird books have been specifically designed to promote language skills, auditory development and music appreciation. Each book features curved corners for safety, bright colourful illustrations and children can work their fine motor skills through the engaging sound buttons. Wonderfully sturdy, these board books can be read over and over again providing easy to turn pages for little hands.

Size: 16 x 16 x 1.5cm

 

Caution: This product contains button batteries (secured inside the battery compartment with a screw). Button batteries are unsafe if swallowed. For information about button battery safety please click here.

Batteries included. This product uses three AG10 button cell batteries. AG10 Button Batteries are also known as 389, 390, 189, LR54, GP89A, L1130, LR1130, L1131, RW89, V10GA. Batteries are a necessary part of our books. The quality of the sound is very dependable on batteries condition. Batteries should be changed when sounds mix, distort or become otherwise unintelligible as batteries weaken.