Who's That? Playing by Kingfisher Books


Who's That? Playing by Kingfisher Books

What do children love more than seeing animals? Imitating animals! The Whos That series are sturdy board books that are perfect vehicles for interactive animal fun, as each volume focuses on a different aspect of animal behavior that can be easily acted outlike playing, eating, moving and making noises.Splashing ducklings, bounding puppies and leaping lambs are just a few of the adorable baby animals featured in this book about everyones favorite timeplaytime. The cheerful pictures and inviting language ignite little ones imaginations as well as bolster early reading skills. Who says playtime cant be educational, too?

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Board book
14 pages


Kingfisher Books
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Publication date

6th June 2013



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