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Airports are thrilling and fascinating places for children, full of unusual equipment, strange machines and - of course - lots of planes. This book allows young children to find out more about how an airport works. Richly informative, with colourful, friendly illustrations and lots of flaps to lift and look beneath.
A charming lift-the-flap board book based on the animated TV series, The Adventures of Paddington! Someone has taken Paddington's marmalade sandwich! Can you follow the crumb trail with your finger, lift the flaps, and help him track down his emergency snack?
Whoever heard of an elaphingo? Or what about a girebra? Flip the flaps to come up with fun combinations that put a new twist on learning about savannah creatures - but watch out, these animals bite! With rhyming non-fiction text under the flaps, fun facts, fantastic pop-ups and beautiful artwork from Carmen Saldana, these books are sure to raise a few giggles.
This simple non-fiction book for very young children is filled with facts about dinosaurs. Little children can lift the flaps and peep through the holes in the pages to find out where dinosaurs lived, what they ate and what happened to them.
Discover marvellous and revolting first words with Roald Dahl! There are an ENORMOUS amount of words to learn in this brightly colourful board book, including: Cake Books Bugs Crocodiles With fantastic illustrations from Quentin Blake, this is the perfect book for little ones to discover the wonderful world of Dahl. More marvellous books for titchy toddlers: Roald Dahl's Opposites Roald Dahl's 123 Roald Dahl's Colours Roald Dahl's ABC Roald Dahl's Words My Dad is Fantastic
Up, down . . . in, out . . . happy, sad. Lift the flaps to learn the
opposites with Peppa!
Babies will love this bright and bold high-contrast book, perfect for sharing from birth. High-contrast colours are easy for very little babies to focus on, and with its big flaps to lift, Moo Peek-a-Boo will engage and entertain babies as their eyesight and senses develop. The friendly animal characters will guide you through the book, and there are lots of extra sounds to make and fun things to spot. Moo Peek-a-Boo aids the development of early coordination by encouraging babies to reach for the giant fold-out flaps to find out who is hiding underneath - peek-a-boo! It also aids the development of their understanding of object permanence, which is when they realise that just because they can no longer see something does not mean it has disappeared. Babies will react with delight as the pictures of favourite farmyard friends are revealed, while the simple text prompts parent interaction. Also available: Splish Splash, On the Move, Funny Faces, Bath Time, Animal Train
With pop-ups on every page and hilarious illustrations from award-winning Gareth Lucas (Peekaboo 123, Peekaboo A-Z), this sturdy board book is perfect for little ones who love farm animals!
Belle's inventor father stumbles upon the Beast's castle and is taken prisoner, Belle comes to the rescue and agrees to take her father's place. She sees beneath the Beast's exterior and discovers the heart and soul of a human prince. Delicate cutaways and holes to peep through are layered on top of each other to create a magical filigree effect, drawing children in to the story. Illustrations: Full colour throughout
Take a journey back in time to the glory days of Ancient Egypt, when pharaohs ruled, the pyramids were built and the mighty Nile was the source of all life. This book contains fascinating information such as how Egyptians worshipped their Gods, buried their dead and built the pyramids, as well as amazing details about day-to-day life. With over 50 embedded flaps to lift, this book is not only informative but interactive, making it an accessible and engaging way for children to learn about life in Ancient Egypt. It is intricately illustrated by David Hancock.
Take a closer look at nature in this wonderful pop-up book, which brings a nature walk to life - springing out from the pages! See a pop-up bees buzzing in the flowers, a mouse in a blackberry bush, and watch a moving woodpecker pecking and a frog swimming by in a pond. A wonderful way to celebrate nature with little children.
Take a trip to London with this neat, lift-the-flap information book which explores the UK capital's most famous sites, including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the Tower of London. With lots of things to spot and talk about, including iconic red telephone boxes, red double-decker buses and black cabs.
An eye-opening look at the beliefs, history and customs of the major world religions. Discover the three great gods of Hinduism, the root of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, which religions teach that there is no God, and much more. Visually stunning, this highly informative lift-the-flap book is a fantastic source of information for children. Illustrations:Full colour throughout
Peep into the forest to discover twittering birds and busy bugs, sleepy bears and a spring-cleaning badger in this charming book filled with intricately cut flaps and holes to peep through. Little children can see how the forest changes through the seasons, find out what happens to autumn leaves and discover a bird sitting on the eggs in her nest.
Discover the wonders of our Solar System as you fold out this gorgeously illustrated book. Then turn it over to find lots of fascinating facts about the planets, their moons, and the spacecraft that have been sent to explore them. With links to websites for more information, this is the perfect gift for young space lovers.
This is a stylish and beautifully illustrated picture word book with flaps to lift to encourage counting skills and number recognition. Each themed page has plenty of flaps to lift with the number of objects or animals underneath. Flaps on the opposite page show the same number with an accompanying, delicately illustrated picture underneath. Themes include at the park, on the farm and in the garden.
This is a beautifully illustrated introduction to the magic of Christmas. This charming board book follows Santa as he flies through the night sky, tiptoes along the rooftops and leaves presents under the tree. There are five big Christmas presents to discover, each behind a shaped flap which lets you guess what the gift might be. The book also has die-cut holes to peep through in each page, revealing surprises when you turn over to find out what you were actually glimpsing through the hole.
This interactive board book is the perfect tool to help babies and toddlers learn their first numbers and develop early counting skills.
With over 60 flaps to lift, this delightful book answers questions such as 'Where have people visited in space?', 'What's a cosmonaut?', 'Why can't I see stars in daytime'; and lots more what, where, how, why, and yes or no questions with answers beneath the flaps. Internet links take children to carefully selected websites to find out more.
This is a brand new title in the innovative "See Inside" series, putting the often intimidating world of mathematics into simple, easy-to-follow language and showing how maths fits into readers' everyday life. It introduces mathematical concepts in the simplest of terms from basic addition and subtraction, through multiplication and division to square roots and algebra. As well as over 50 embedded flaps to lift, each page includes a host of puzzles and games for readers to test their newfound maths skills on, making the book an interactive and informative experience. It is illustrated in a fun and accessible style by Colin King.
They twinkle in the night sky, but what exactly are stars? Which one's the nearest? Can humans visit a star? Curious little children can lift over 30 flaps to find the answers to these questions and many more in this delightful introduction to stars and the night sky, with simple explanations and gorgeous illustrations on every page.
The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones (and their parents
or carers) with new everyday experiences. In We Can Get Dressed, Millie
and Mo get ready for a day out. This novelty book with a sweet story
has fun flaps to lift and mechanisms to move, as well as practical tips
for parents and carers on each page, endorsed by leading Early Years
Consultant, Dr. Amanda Gummer.
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