Who am I? Wild Animals by DK


Who am I? Wild Animals by DK

These are perfect peep hole books for inquisitive toddlers. Bright, bold pages and picture flaps will keep your toddler engaged over and over again in Who Am I? Wild Animals . Your child will love discovering who is hiding behind each fun page, as you read the clues together. Who lives in the trees and has bright feathers? A parrot, of course. This title is perfect for reading aloud and encouraging word recognition, your toddler will love the playful and familiar guessing-game format. Watch as they investigate and explore each page - a perfect combination of learning and play.

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Board book
28 pages
Interest Age: To 6


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Publication date

3rd September 2012



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