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Eyes Nose Ears Toes by Parragon Books
Whose eyes, ears, nose and toes are those? Peek through each page with your baby or toddler to find out, then meet the playful animal friends encouraging your child to find their own eyes, ears, nose or toes! Eyes, Nose, Ears, Toes is the ideal playbook for small hands with sturdy shaped edges and peek-a-boo holes on every page. Everyone loves the peek-a-boo game so come and join us today! * Come have a peek-a-boo adventure! * Play peek-a-boo with the animal friends to discover eyes, ears nose and toes. Peek-a-boo holes are the perfect size for your little one to help turn the page. * Character cut-outs at the top also help little hands grab and turn pages * Thick sturdy board pages for your baby or toddler to read over and over again * Take-along handle for little hands to carry wherever they go
Play peekaboo with your baby and hear them giggle in delight as hidden surprises are revealed! Read together and lift the giant flaps to reveal eyes, noses and toes; then explore the soft, shiny and bumpy textures. Is dolly hiding her shiny eyes? Where is teddy's soft nose? And who will you discover when you look in the mirror? Find them all, they're waiting to say Peekaboo! An award-winning series for babies perfect for developing imagination, early-thinking and memory skills.
Eyes Nose Fingers And Toes by Judy Hindley
This fun book helps toddlers learn all the moves our bodies are able to make, including making our lips small for kissing or stretched wide to smile and how arms can be raised up and down or side to side.
Baby Says Peekaboo by Dawn Sirett
Babies can lift the big flaps and play peekaboo in this board book title with a mirror at the end.
Eyes Nose Toes Peekaboo by Dawn Sirett
As babies play hide-and-seek with their toys, readers can open to flaps to discover where the body parts of the textured toys are hiding.
Peekaboo Blueberry by Barney Saltzberg
In an adorable follow-up to Hi, Blueberry! that features an interactive surprise, little ones, by lifting the flaps, can play peekaboo with the mischievous bunny and her mouse friends.
Baby Loves Peekaboo by DORLING KINDERSLEY
Play peekaboo with your baby and hear them giggle in delight as hidden surprises are revealed! Read the book together and lift the giant flaps to reveal baby's toys then explore the soft, shiny and bumpy textures. Is that toy cat behind the curtain? Where has dolly gone? And who will you discover when you pick up the blanket? Find them all, they're waiting to say Peekaboo! An award-winning series for babies perfect for developing imagination, early thinking and memory skills.
All Of Baby Nose To Toes by Victoria Adler
From eyes to ears, tummy to nose, legs to toes, there's a lot for baby to discover - and even more for a family to love. Bright, buoyant art and a roly-poly little baby are sure to inspire plenty of giggling and grabbing and feet-in-the-air-ing. For every baby - and every parent who loves that baby to bits - here's the perfect first book.
Toes Ears Nose by Marion Dane Bauer
Engages readers to lift the flaps to see which body parts are hiding underneath clothing.
The Conquest Of The Ocean by Brian Lavery
An engaging and vivid read by author and naval historian Brian Lavery, The Conquest of the Ocean tells the 5,000 year history of the remarkable individuals who sailed the seas for trade, to conquer new lands, and to explore the unknown. From the early Polynesian sailors to the first circumnavigations by the Portuguese and the British, The Conquest of the Ocean explores the lives of these sailors and their tales of epic sea voyages, great feats of seamanship, navigation, endurance, and ingenuity. Explore the lives of famous land-seekers and globe-charters such as Christopher Columbus, Captain James Cook, and Vitus Bering through eyewitness accounts of their maritime adventures. Full color photographs, paintings, diagrams, and maps are woven into the text to help tell the compelling stories of life at sea that lie behind man's search for new lands, new trade, conquest, and uncharted waters. From the conquest of Mexico to World War II, and the voyages of the Vikings to the Exxon Valdez crisis, The Conquest of the Ocean covers the history of ships and sailing in times of exploration, war, discovery, and disaster.