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Dear Zoo Noisy Book ePub download

by Rod Campbell

  • Author: Rod Campbell
  • ISBN: 0230757650
  • ISBN13: 978-0230757653
  • ePub: 1666 kb | FB2: 1252 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Asia
  • Publisher: MacMillan Children's Books; Illustrated edition edition (October 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 18
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 479
  • Format: lrf mobi azw rtf
Dear Zoo Noisy Book ePub download

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However the Dear Zoo: Noisy book is well nigh perfect. Dear Zoo. This story is a fun introduction to animals and their characteristics. It includes the fun element of flaps, teaches both the names of the animals and how to identify them.

I wrote to the zoo to send me a pet. Rod Campbell's classic lift-the-flap book Dear Zoo has been a firm favourite with toddlers and parents alike ever since it was first published in 1982.

Best known for his classic lift-the-flap book, DEAR ZOO, he is also the creator of the much-loved preschool character Buster. Ingeniously simple, with touches of gentle humour, Rod's books are loved by children, parents and teachers alike. Country of Publication.

Rod Campbell has written and illustrated many innovative children’s books including classic lift-the-flap book Dear Zoo, bestselling board book Oh Dear! and a series of titles featuring much-loved preschool character Buster. Ingeniously simple, with touches of gentle humour, Rod’s books are loved by children, parents and teachers alike. Best known for his classic lift-the-flap book, Dear Zoo, he is also the creator of the much-loved preschool character Buster.

Rod Campbell, the creator of Dear Zoo, has been a trusted name in early learning for over 30 years and Macmillan is proud to publish Early Starters, his 'first concepts' series for toddlers. Every book in the series supports the learning and discovery of a key theme and is carefully designed to encourage participation and fu. ho's That? is a first words book that introduces your child to favourite and familiar animals. There are clear, bright pictures of all kinds of animals, perfect for encouraging recognition and speech development.

Dear Zoo Noisy Book Rod Campbell Sound Book 275 Boardbook KID0034739.

Lift-the-flaps and press the 8 interactive sound buttons to see what the zoo has sent: the perfect pet - in the end! This amazing, interactive play-along edition of "Dear Zoo" brings the classic story to noisy life: hear the lion roar and the puppy bark! Sure to keep your little ones entertained for hours this noisy book is a must for all "Dear Zoo" fans.
Unh
I love this book! It's so creatively written and even makes me giggle. The critters behind the flaps make it even more exciting for my nephew.
Bedy
Good book. My daughter enjoys the lift the flap style. She has others that she prefers though.
Virn
This is my daughter's all-time favorite book. It's been her favorite book since she turned 1 and continues to be. I'm happy that it has options for her to lift and see the characters which we follow up with the sounds the animal makes. She is had it through most of her stages of teething so the corners have been chewed however the book has held up and after reading it well over 300 times it still continues to be one of my favorites as well. I just wish that there were more books like this.
Voodoogore
When we were buying books for our little one, we wanted a mix of interactive and "regular" ones for her to read from. The interactive aspect is why we got this book, and it's been great. We've been reading it to her everyday since she was 2-3 months, and around month 6 she started pulling open the tabs that reveal the animals herself and then giving small "ooo!" exclamations. Very cute. The interesting thing I noticed with this book and a couple other interactive ones we have is that her dexterity seemed to improve a little more rapidly once she started turning the pages and opening the tabs. I also like the story line as it is logical/reasonable without being too strange. We also go to the zoo a lot with her, so the book serves to reminder her a bit of the different animals we've seen.

I would recommend this book and will continue to use it.
invasion
Bought "Dear Zoo" for my son when he was 9 months old and he absolutely loves flipping the flaps in this book. He and I really enjoy that the flaps go in various directions on each page (some go up, some go down, some go side to side)...it makes things interesting! After this book, my son seems bored of other lift-the-flap books that require him to flip in the same direction every time. Also, I love that the flaps on this book are so sturdy!! My son has easily ripped the flaps off of many books, but not this one. I also enjoy that I can teach my son about the different animals in this book. "Dear Zoo" is read almost daily at our home.
Seevinev
Wow, my 3-year-old loves this book. I was thinking he might be too old for it when I ordered it, but he has just begun to be fascinated with flap books (and doesn't rip them like earlier ages), so I thought I would give it a try. Wow, we read it every night. He's memorized it, so he "reads" it back. Highly recommend.
Arith
Small, easy for my children to hold on their own, and the repetition of sentences is one of the best ways to get children to reading on their own. This book also has little flaps that provides even more interaction. That said, the flaps are very flimsy and easily break of/rip... you might think i should give it 4 stars instead of 5, but for the price and overall VALUE that I've gotten? Nope, I'll give 5.
The book I received is a low cost, poor quality paperback photocopy of the original. It has no actual flaps, but includes photocopied flaps that do not open. One of the photocopied flaps literally shows an image of a tear where the book they copied was torn. The title and author wrap around the spine to appear on the front cover. Clearly a case of copyright infringement.
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