A Panda in the Park, by Anna Milbourne, is a story about a panda that takes a stroll through the park and sees some of his other animal-friends. There are die-cut holes throughout the book, and the part of the animal on the next page peeks through. Kids can try to guess what the animal peeking through is.
Like the other Usborne books we own, this story is short without much of a point. My daughter likes to try to find things I ask her to point out but I can do that with any of the other books we own. She does like to stick her little fingers through the die-cut holes, but the fun pretty much ends there.
The illustrations (by Rachel Wells) are nice, and the book itself is durable... but I wouldn't recommend this book.