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Using novelty mirrors and bright animal illustrations, this small, sturdy board book is fun to share, and can be used to introduce babies to different facial expressions.
A beautiful, wordless picture book telling the story of a boy growing up from childhood to parenthood through the changes taking place in the world outside his window.
Will Peppa Pig's daddy make it to the finish line of the fun run and raise enough money to fix the school roof? This title combines simple text and vibrant illustrations in a durable board book.
Join in the fun with this hilarious read-aloud story featuring the pesky, pestering Pigeon! It's getting late and the bus driver is going to and get ready for bed, but the pigeon isn't at all tired...
Part of a lovely ‘busy’ series of books, this board book provides an interactive tour around the home. Little fingers can open blinds, make the washing machine go round and help flowers grow.
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