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EAN-139781450813730   EAN-13 barcode 9781450813730
Product NameEric Carle: Count To 10 With Animal Friends Write And Erase Book: Play-A-Sound
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:1 inches / Length:11.7 inches / Weight:1.24 pounds / Width:11 inches
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SKUACOUK_BOOK_NEW_1450813739
Price New16.36 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used11.20 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Weight19.84 ounces    (convert)
Page Count16
BindingBoard Book
Published06/01/2011
Features28 sound buttons., Children press buttons as instructed on book's pages for activities relating to numbers 1 to 10., Dry-erase pen for writing on book's pages., Recommended for children ages 3 and older.
Long DescriptionEric Carle’s Count to 10 Write-and-Erase Sound Book helps children build mathematics skills through sight and sound. The book has an attached 28-button audio module that leads children through number and color activities, plus a dry-erase marker and wipe-off pages for writing practice. Renowned children’s book artist Eric Carle provided the illustrations. The book is recommended for children ages 3 and older. Eric Carle’s Count to 10 Write-and-Erase Sound Book conforms to the toy safety requirements of ASTM F963-08. Three replaceable long-life AG-13 button cell batteries that power the sound module are included.
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