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Introducing the interactive Little World series from Ladybird that makes our big world little.
Little World is designed for curious toddlers, allowing them to explore familiar landscapes and faraway places, from cities and jungles to outer space and ocean depths.
The gentle narrative is perfect for reading aloud, guiding children through the terminal as they check in bags, walk through security and board the plane. A novelty slide, push or pull on every spread will engage children and help to soothe any anxiety about airports and flying.
Sam Meredith's bright artwork and charming characters encourage interaction and play, with lots to spot, see and enjoy on every spread.
Lift flaps to reveal sound icons which match images on the sound buttons. 10 sound buttons. Peek-a-boo window reveals one of two icons. 3 replaceable AG-13 button cell batteries included
SPLASH! Dive down deep and go on an incredible journey into our oceans. With over 80 flaps to lift, discover the mind-boggling array of animals and plants that live under the sea, and find out why - without the oceans - life on Earth wouldn't even exist. With Usborne Quicklinks to specially selected websites for videos and information on how you can help our oceans.
Join the hunt to find lovable puppy, Spot, in Eric Hill's first ever lift-the-flap tale!
Lift each flap to find all sorts of funny animal surprises, before discovering where cheeky Spot has been hiding. This is the perfect first book for little ones - the playful text is a wonderful spur to read and respond together, and the hide-and-seek flaps encourage curiosity and interactivity.
This is a special anniversary edition of this much-loved classic to celebrate 40 years since the first publication of Where's Spot?
Celebrate Christmas with the Very Hungry Caterpillar!
Little children will love this magical retelling of the classic fairy tale, with fantastic pop-ups, all stunningly illustrated by George Ermos. Discover the secret tower, see Sleeping Beauty prick her finger on the spindle, follow the fairies' starry trail and see if magic can save the day.
Delve deep into the mysteries of Earth's geography to reveal the hidden secrets of life on our planet. This title includes double page spreads on mountains, deserts, the oceans, the atmosphere and icy landscapes such as Antarctica, each one bursting with flaps to lift to reveal scientific and natural history information. It also contains a feature on how climate change is affecting our planet, and what can be done to reduce its effects. It contains over fifty sturdy embedded flaps.
Why don't animals have toothbrushes? And why do baby teeth fall out? Should everyone brush their teeth? Curious young children can discover the answers to these questions and many more in this entertaining book, with over 30 flaps to lift, gentle humour and easy-to-understand text on every page.
Understanding the concept of time in relation to routine activities is a vital pre-school skill, and this interactive book is an engaging introduction to daily routines, ordering events and describing your day. A fun introduction to a key early learning concept, with over 60 flaps to lift.
Wander through the delightful pages to discover a sunny garden buzzing with life in this of this busy pop-up book. Illustrations are brought to life in a riot of colour and detail as you turn each page to see a 3-dimensional scene emerge. Make your way through the beautiful garden, see the butterflies and flowers pop-up from the book in this great engineered title. Children will be fascinated by the great artworks and the many many surprises this title has to offer. Illustrations: Full colour throughout
Learn how to solve all kinds of adding and subtracting puzzles with this entertaining book, lifting over 150 flaps to reveal the answers along the way. Topics include number bonds, money puzzles, number lines and fact families. There's even a monster board game at the back of the book, where children can put their new knowledge into practice.
Trains hold a fascination for just about everybody and this lift-the-flap history of locomotion tells it all from Stephenson's Rocket to the bullet trains of today. You can lift the flaps to explore all kinds of exciting trains, from a luxury steam train fit for a queen to super-fast trains that run on magnets, trains that can climb up mountains, and lots, lots more. Part of a collectable series of interactive information books.
A fantastic new flap book, which takes a humorous yet historically accurate look at life in a Thirteenth Century medieval castle. Inventive embedded flaps on each double-page spread allow children to explore the hidden world of the castle, peeking inside stables, tents, and carriages along the way.
Help Stripy Kitten find her friends in this lift-the-flap and pop-up board book for babies. This early learning lift-the-flap book is ideal for preschool and hands-on play. Rhyming text encourages early word recognition, and the colorful pop-up peekaboo surprises help develop imagination and memory skills. Both children and parents will enjoy playing hide and seek to discover cuddly and exciting characters: Puppy pops out of a pet carrier, Bunny pops out of a bunch of carrots, Froggy pops out of a bucket, and Lamb pops out of some daisies. Finally, Stripey Cat pops out of her basket to play with all of her stuffed-animal friends. This sturdy baby book will appeal to both parents and children and will keep little ones entertained again and again! DK's Pop-up Peekaboo! series has been shortlisted for the Best Preschool Reading Range in The Progressive Preschool Awards 2018
What's that sound, Spot? And where is it coming from? Lift the flaps and press the noisy buttons as you read to help Spot on his search. Can you find some familiar friends from the world of Where's Spot? along the way? This is a special sound celebration of the much-loved classic to celebrate 40 years since the first publication of Where's Spot?. This brand new adventure is full of lift-the-flap surprises, with all the fun and humour that has made the original Where's Spot a much-loved classic. Featuring five sound buttons with the sounds of instruments and lots of flaps on every page, it's ideal for developing fine motor skills and encouraging curiosity and play.
This is a book about colours for preschool children. It has flaps to lift and lots of colour vocabulary.
Wow! A Kung-Fu Cow! Yikes! A Tattoo-Cow. Boing! A Kangaroo-Cow. Which moo jumps out at you? Tug the tabs and lift the five chunky flaps of this brilliant novelty picture book to see a herd of hilarious moo-cows doing all sorts of a-moosing things! There's a cool cow for everyone in this comic masterpiece, a fantastically colourful sequel to the hugely popular Octopus Socktopus and Elephant Wellyphant by Nick Sharratt, one of Britain's best-loved illustrators. With superb, satisfying novelty features: pull-tabs, pop-ups and flaps, along with appealing illustrations and hilarious wordplay, this baby picture book will be fun for little ones and parents alike!
This visually exciting lift-the-flap book charts the rise of an urban skyscraper, covering every stage of its construction - from safely demolishing its predecessor to hanging glass walls forty storeys up. With over 70 flaps to lift, revealing modern construction methods and showing how different tools and vehicles are used.
The ultimate introduction to words, Dr. Seuss style! Perfect for introducing your child to reading! Introduced by the Cat in the Hat and featuring a selection of Dr. Seuss artwork and rhyming sentences, I'll Teach My Dog 100 Words shows young children how easy it is to learn to read - even for a dog. Each spread features five rhyming sentences, each positioned alongside a colourful flap which lifts to reveal a rhyming word and more delightful Seuss artwork. With a novelty child-safe mirror on the final page, this storybook is a joy to read with your child.
Life on Earth: Planet Earth is the perfect introduction to geography for 5+ year-olds. Lift the flaps to find the answers to common questions, such as, 'Why do we have day and night?', 'How are rivers made?' and 'What is the equator?' With 100 questions and 70 flaps to lift, Life on Earth: Planet Earth provides the perfect way to keep engaged while learning. Topics covered include the solar system, the continents, plants and animals, how maps work and world landmarks, among many more. Scientific details are turned into simple, bitesize facts that the reader lifts the flaps to discover. Heather Alexander's colourful illustrations make each fact memorable, and the sturdy, boardbook format means that even the most hands-on learners will have fun playing with the book day after day. Perfect to read out loud to your toddler, or to let them explore on their own, Life on Earth: Planet Earth offers a simple, fun way into geography for little readers.
A book to inspire a love of books! An ordinary boy is dragged to the library one mundane Saturday afternoon, much to his dismay; there are a million other things he'd rather be doing! Glumly traipsing up and down the aisles, he comes across an ancient, mysterious book with a mind of its own, and when his head becomes trapped within the pages, he is catapulted into a magical world filled with dinosaurs, dragons, pirates and ghosts...
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