EAN-139780763650292   EAN-13 barcode 9780763650292
Product NameThe Most Amazing Hide-And-Seek Numbers Book
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Length10.88 inches    (convert)
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AuthorRobert Crowther
Page Count12
Long DescriptionIn these two classics from Robert Crowther, readers can lift the flaps and pull the tabs to find an alphabet’s worth of animals—and any number of surprises. One spider descends on its thread. Nine bees fly up from their hive. Twenty snakes slither. In a pop-up counting book certain to engage young readers, each kinetic collection of creatures illustrates a number from one to twenty — then by tens, all the way up to one hundred.
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