This is a fun and simple book for early language learners. It's designed to help them process simple functions of objects while giving them a visual cue. For example, Stanley is thinking of a toy that rolls and bounces. The child is given the opportunity to find the picture of the ball and put it in the space and attach it with Velcro. Giving children an opportunity to interact with the books keeps their attention and provides low language learners their "turn" in other ways than verbalization. For higher language learners, the book can be used as sentence completion or as a reading tool. As the children learn the book, you can take away the visual cues of the pictures and see if they can guess the clues on their own. This book comes with a set of pictures that are best used when laminated and attached with velcro so that little hands can use them over and over to attach to the book. I've found that my young learners love to interact with books. Interactive books also teach turn-taking, waiting skills, and provide non-verbal and verbal communication opportunities.