Simms Taback Animal Book Set

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Simms Taback Animal Book Set

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Simms Taback's City Animals

This follow-up to Simms Taback's Safari Animals presents six city animals in a guessing-game format: a pigeon, a police horse, a squirrel, a dog, a cat, a swanall poster-size illustrations in Taback's one-of-a-kind style.

  • Board book
  • 20 Pages
  • Published Date: April 8, 2009

Simms Taback's Farm Animals

Caldecott award-winning illustrator Simms Taback adds Farm Animals to his best-selling City Animals and Safari Animals series. Just like the other books, Farm Animals is a guessing game. Turn the page for your first clue: "I have curly hair." Open the flap and you'll see another clue: "I say 'Baa." Open one more and you'll see the answer to the riddle: "I'm a lamb." It's a fun, interactive book featuring five barnyard favorites (hen, goat, cow, lamb and donkey) in Taback's signature bold and bright style.

  • Board book
  • 20 Pages
  • Published Date: July 26, 2011

Simms Taback's Safari Animals

Here's a book that's also a guessing game! Turn the page for your first clue: "I have a huge mane." Open the flap and you'll see another: "I can roar." Open one more, and you'll see the answer to the riddle: "It's a lion!" In this colorful book of safari animals, the award-winning art of Simms Taback becomes a fun, interactive guessing game.

  • Board book
  • 20 Pages
  • Published Date: April 28, 2008

Material: Board book

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Random House

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