Baby's Very First Noisy Book Farm
Written by Fiona Watt, Stella Baggott
Part of the Baby's Very First Books Series
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The Lovereading4Kids comment
With bold and bright illustrations, this title lets children press the buttons to hear specially composed musical sound clips incorporating animal and tractor noises.
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Baby's Very First Noisy Book Farm by Fiona Watt, Stella Baggott
About the Author
Interest Age: 10 months +
Fiona Watt, Stella Baggott
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Usborne Publishing Ltd
1st August 2013
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