Peekaboo, Who Are You?
Written by Georgie Birkett
Illustrated by Georgie Birkett
Part of the Felty Flaps Series
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A lift-the-flap book with soft and robust, touch-and-feel felt! Who is hiding under the washing, behind the flower or under a leaf? Play a peekaboo with Baby to find out. With Georgie Birkett's delightful illustrations, a gentle rhythmic text and a robust felt flap to lift on every page, this chunky little book is ideal for the bookshelf and the toybox. Campbell Books lead the field in books for babies, and this little hardback board book is certain to become a favourite with parents, the perfect book to share with babies and young toddlers.
Peekaboo, Who Are You? by Georgie Birkett
Peekaboo! Who are you? Take a walk around the garden and say hello to the five little animals hiding behind the soft and colourful touch-and-feel felt flaps in this wonderful interactive book.
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Campbell Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan
5th June 2014
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