Windmill Pop-up by Dawn Apperley
  

Synopsis

Windmill Pop-up by Dawn Apperley

It's party time in Blueberry Wood! All the animals are busy getting ready for the celebration. Here's Rabbit with his freshly-baked cakes, Mole with his wheelbarrow full of vegetables and Squirrel hanging lanterns in the trees. A hugely impressive pop-up windmill and woodland scene that children can really play with. Includes a pull-out tray full of sturdy stand-up characters, paper bunting and washing line to make an hang, peelable stickers, ribbons, felt and miniature books. There's a windmill with turning sails, a tree-top school room, a playground with moving swings - and lots more. With so much to make and do - includes recipes, colouring books and song sheets. There's even a felt picnic rug to weave! Over 20 press-out pieces, including a press-out wheelbarrow, boat and market stall to make. An irresistible book that will keep children entertained for hours!

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Format

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14 pages

Author

Dawn Apperley
More books by Dawn Apperley

Publisher

Alison Green Books an imprint of Scholastic

Publication date

5th October 2009

ISBN

9781407103303


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