What Time Is It, Daniel Tiger? (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood) (Board book)
A new generation of children love Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, inspired by the classic series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood!
Fans of Daniel Tiger will love spending a whole day with Daniel, learning about his routines, and moving the sturdy clock hands in this novelty board book that’s a very early introduction to telling time!
It’s a memorable day in the neighborhood as Daniel shares his favorite times of day from breakfast time to bedtime and everything in between! First, follow Daniel through his morning routine! Then go to the Clock Factory for Chime Time! What time is it now? Dinnertime, then bath time, and finally, bedtime. This novelty board book has sturdy, moveable plastic clock hands that make a ticking sound like a real clock! Move the hands as you make Daniel part of another great time of day: story time!
© 2016 The Fred Rogers Company.
Animated PBS character Daniel Tiger helps readers tell time.Mr. Rogers-like (explicitly—the show is produced by the Fred Rogers Co.), Daniel Tiger welcomes his neighbors, inviting them to spend the day with him and learn to use a clock along the way. A large clock face with movable hands is accessible through a large, die-cut circle in the upper-right corner of each double-page spread. The hands click and clack as they're moved around the clock's face, and the sound is peculiarly satisfying. Each hand has a different noise, helping children to differentiate between the two. Daniel and his family and friends do lots of things throughout the day, including eating breakfast, going to school, running errands, eating dinner, and going to bed. The illustrations emulate the show's rounded, calmly colored style. Fans of the television show will be entranced. Daniel's constant engagement with readers will spawn busy interaction, and the fact that this book covers a whole day makes it an excellent read right before bed. A terrific resource for fans of Daniel Tiger and newcomers alike. (Board book. 2-3)
— Kirkus Reviews