Fun New Kids Books From Sky Pony Press @skyhorsepub @skyponypress

I received the products below in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.

For little ones, books are a must have but they do need to be durable ones. Another plus for kids is ones that encourage them to touch and feel the books. Little ones don’t understand yet about how to be gentle with books and are curious by nature. Sky Pony Press has two adorable books out that are all about touching and tracing. These new board books are sturdy enough for daily use and to take for learning on-the-go.

Colors and Shapes: Touch-and-Trace Early Learning Fun!

Kids can use their finger to follow the grooves on each page to learn about basic shapes and colors. Practice tracing squares, circles, triangles, and more, all while learning to identify the color of each shape.

First Numbers: Touch-and-Trace Early Learning Fun!

Kids can use their finger to follow the grooves on each page to learn numbers 1–10. They can practice their numbers by tracing the grooves with their fingers from one snail all the way up to ten leaping frogs.

WIN IT: (1) US winner will receive the books Touch-and-Trace Early Learning Fun – “First Numbers” and “Colors and Shapes”

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Speak Your Mind



  1. This would be perfect for my grandson.

  2. I would look at the First Numbers book first. My little guy loves books and would enjoy both 🙂

  3. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I would look at the Little Groover’s Colors and Shapes book first.

  4. Kathy Pease says:

    My granddaughter would love colors and shapes furst

  5. wow-numbers books

  6. Vikki Billings says:

    I would look at the numbers book first with my granddaughter!

  7. EMMA L HORTON says:


  8. My toddler is learning numbers and counting so definitely I will pick the numbers first. Thank you for the wonderful review. The books really seem adorable and them being sturdy is a plus according to me!!

  9. I would look at the Colors and Shapes book with her first!




  11. Carrie Barron says:

    First Numbers! Thanks!

  12. Carrie Barron says:

    My son and I would look at First Numbers first. Thanks!

  13. I would like the colors and shapes book for my nephew.

  14. F Paulette Dorland says:

    We would probably look at the colors and shapes first. Thanks for the chance!

  15. Colors and shapes.

  16. Amy Deeter says:

    We would look at the colors and shapes one first

  17. Jessica W. says:

    First, we would look at Colors and Shapes.

  18. Gina Ferrell says:

    I would look at the Colors and Stars book first.

  19. These are great learning tools.

  20. Darcy Koch says:

    I would like the numbers book. My grandson is just now old enough to begin his world of learning.

  21. Lana simanovicki says:

    color and shapes

  22. First, we would read the book First Numbers.

  23. We would look at Colors and Shapes.

  24. Numbers First!

  25. Janet Woodling says:

    I would give them to my daughter who is a special educator. I know that they would get put to great use.

  26. If I showed these to my great nephew, he’d want to read the First Numbers book first since it has cars on the front of it 🙂

  27. I would love to have the First Numbers for my grandson.

  28. Renee Walters says:

    My son would look at the Numbers Book first.

  29. Marcus Walker says:

    Numbers first

  30. Penny Phillips says:

    My 2 year old twin grandsons live with me and we have story time everyday. They love books and would really enjoy these bright and colorful books. Thank you for the chance!!

  31. vickie couturier says:

    first numbers

  32. Victoria Scott says:

    The colors and shapes – my son isn’t talking as much as my daughters were at this age. So we’ve been reading to him each night to help encourage him. My husband says he can’t get a word in edgewise ha! 😉

  33. Mi Webber says:

    We would look at the Numbers book first.

  34. laura feist says:

    colors and shapes

  35. We’d look at Colors and Shapes first and work our way up to numbers.

  36. the first numbers

  37. COLORS

  38. I’d look at colors and shapes first.