Ha! Ha! Giraffe by Caroline Repchuk


Ha! Ha! Giraffe by Caroline Repchuk

These slipcase boxed set floor puzzles contain a 16-page board book and a giant-sized jigsaw encouraging the development of colour matching and co-ordination skills. The books and puzzle are beautifully illustrated and the over-sized pieces of the jigsaw floor puzzle are easy for small children to handle. In this title, Crocodile has terrible toothache. His friend, Giraffe, thinks it's the funniest thing he's ever seen, but he'd better be careful or he won't get the last laugh after all. Find out what happens as you meet Giraffe and all his animal friends in the jungle. The floor puzzle is of Giraffe himself.

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Mixed media product
Contains Board book and Toy
16 pages


Caroline Repchuk
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Publication date

30th April 2002



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