All Gone! by
  

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All Gone! by

Twelve to eighteen months - These books further stimulate language development, as well as concepts such as 'all gone' and 'more'. Skills enhanced at this stage include the capacity to predict, object permanence and one-to-one correspondence. More advanced lift-the-flap books for this group allow babies to demonstrate what they can accomplish and the text and pictures encourage them to perform different actions. All Gone!: First the food is here - then it's all gone! For a child, everything that involves eating is an event. That's why they'll love looking at the pictures of familiar foods like cereal, juice and biscuits...and turning the thick, foam-filled pages to make each tasty treat disappear! It's sure to delight.

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Format

Board book
10 pages

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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

8th May 2008

ISBN

9781934618363


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