Lots of Rabbits to Spot by Louie Stowell


Lots of Rabbits to Spot by Louie Stowell

From snug burrows to woodland markets and busy glades, there are hundreds of rabbits to spot in this delightfully quirky look-and-talk book to share. With four pages of stickers as well as extra puzzles and games, this book will keep little children busy for hours.


'The pages are filled with lots of things to look at and talk about... There are also some stickers and puzzle pages... Perfect for developing language and observational skills' - Let them be small; 'There are so many skills to develop and enjoy in this super book that children will be engrossed for hours' - Parents in Touch; 'a great book for when you are on the move or out and about as it will keep your child amused for hours' - Made for Mums; 'Usborne's latest enchanting book in their popular look-and-talk activity series is just picture perfect for inquisitive pre-schoolers' - Lancashire Evening Post;'

About the Author

Louie Stowell

Louie Stowell writes books about all kinds of things for Usborne, from fantastical stories about talking trees and enchanted castles to books about astronomy and space.

She lives – and always has lived – in London and likes to draw cartoons in her spare time. She believes that television doesn’t actually rot your brain, just bad television, and that the next Doctor Who should be a woman. She likes reading comics and thinks Asterix has the best puns of any book ever (especially the two Roman soldiers called “Sendervictorius and Appianglorius”).

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Book Info


34 pages
Interest Age: 3+


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Publication date

1st February 2015



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