Ballroom Bonanza A Hidden Pictures ABC Book by Nina Rycroft

Ballroom Bonanza A Hidden Pictures ABC Book

Written by Nina Rycroft
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Ballroom Bonanza A Hidden Pictures ABC Book by Nina Rycroft

Animals from around the globe have gathered for a dance contest in the famous Tower Ballroom in Birmingham. Who will win? Camels dancing the conga? Flamingos dancing flamenco? Or penguins doing the polka? And what are those mischievous monkeys up to? It turns out they have stolen the musical instruments - 26 in all. The 26 musical instruments are hidden throughout the book so readers must go back and find them. Once all of them have been found, the grand finale begins. This is a great alphabet and counting book in one!

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48 pages


Nina Rycroft
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Harry N. Abrams, Inc. an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

1st March 2010



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