Seek and Peek: In the Rainforest

Seek & Peek

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What's better for little readers than a board book? A circular board book! Each title in these cleverly constructed books features one popular animal group. With a simple lift of a flap, children peek inside each animal's unique world. The circular design allows readers to easily seek out which animal to read about in whatever order he or she wants! The bright, beautiful photographs invite both children and adults to explore exciting animal life together or alone. These unique board books will capture the attention of every child as they inform and entertain them for hours.

Tremendously rich in animal life, the rainforest is home to more than half of the world's animals. Many colorful, unusual animals dwell in four layers of the forest and children will have fun lifting flap after flap in this unique, circular board book to find out incredible facts about these different forest living animals. All types of creatures are represented, from tiny insects to large mammals. With stunning lifelike computer generated images, Seek and Peek Rainforest invites young readers to learn about animals that live in different strata of the rainforest

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Seek and Peek: In the Rainforest
Editors of Kingfisher

Board Book

Board Book
Kingfisher
July 2013
Board Book
ISBN: 9780753470626
ISBN10: 0753470624
8 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, 20 pages, full color artwork throughout
Age Range: 3 to 5
Grade Range: p to k
$8.99
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