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Peter Rabbit Peekaboo!
In this wonderful novelty book, large die-cut fl aps reveal favorite Potter characters, including Squirrel Nutkin, Benjamin Bunny, and Jemima Puddleduck. Simple text encourages children to interact with the book. Interesting die-cut flaps, inspired by the natural world, make this game of peekaboo fun to look at and to play.
Peter Rabbit I Love You
In this sweet novelty book, children can slide two favorite photos into the two heart-shaped frames and have a personalized book. Or put two photos of the children in the frames and make the perfect gift for grandparents, aunts, or someone else you love. Then follow along as the charming text reveals whom each character in the book loves.
Follow the clues, explore the touch and feel elements, peep through the holes in the flaps, and then unfold them to see where Peter Rabbit is hiding. It's an "I Spy" game for the young accompanied by great interactive elements!
Peter Rabbit Munch
Young children will love turning each page and watching as Peter nibbles and munches his way through almost everything in Mr. McGregor's garden. Each page is a little smaller than the one before, and Peter's little teeth marks prove he's not far away! Turn the last page to see if poor Mr. McGregor will be left with anything at all for HIS lunch! A soft learning approach is integrated as the book counts down from 5 to 1.
Material: Board book
Care: Wipe with a dry cloth
Origin: United States
Penguin Books was founded in 1935 by Sir Allen Lane, who was distressed by the poor quality of reading material available at the railway station as his train was about to leave for Exeter, and decided then and there to found a publishing house that would publish high quality paperback books, for the meager price of sixpence each, around $1.50 in today’s money. Little did Sir Allen know that he was about to revolutionize the publishing industry in the UK and around the world, demonstrating that there was (and still is) a mass market for good, serious literature. Today, Penguin Group publishes an incredibly diverse array of books and represents some of the most prestigious and bestselling authors in the world, from Tom Clancy to the Dalai Lama. Penguin also publishes children’s books and games, alongside literary classics from all ages.