Peek-a-boo by Nicola Tuxworth


Peek-a-boo by Nicola Tuxworth

These are first word and recognition books for both parent and child. Learning is fun and colourful with over 30 bright and colourful photographs throughout. Strong, simple pictures and stimulating word play. Other titles in this series include: Hop, Skip & Jump ; Puppies ; Splish Splash ; Babies ; and, Messy . This wonderful series of colourful and fun boardbooks will bring a smile to any little one's face. With fabulous colour photography and informative text throughout, learning will be a fun experience for all. This range is designed to capture a child's attention with images, colours and shapes he or she will recognize while the parent or teacher can point to and repeat words and simple phrases. Visually exciting, fun to use and built to endure, they are an ideal introduction to the world of books.

About the Author

Nicola Tuxworth is a leading educational writer for children. She has created over 40 books for pre-school stimulation and home-and-parent play-and-learn.

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Board book
12 pages


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Publication date

1st March 2010



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