Team Umizoomi 5 Book Bundle

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Team Umizoomi 5 Book Bundle

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Join The Team!

Milli, Geo, and Bot - the heroes of Nickelodeon's Team Umizoomi - are always ready to solve everyday problems with their mighty math powers. Boys and girls ages 3-7 will love this over-sized coloring book that features over 50 stickers and a die-cut handle for adventures on the go!

Purple Monkey Rescue!

Boys and girls ages 2-5 will love this full-color Little Golden Book in which Nickelodeon's Team Umizoomi help a lost monkey find his way home.

Find the Dinosaurs!

The dinosaurs are missing from the Umi City Museum, and Team Umizoomi must use their mighty math powers to find them! Fans of Nickelodeon ages 2-5 will love this charmingly-illustrated Little Golden Book.

The Big Boat Race!

Team Umizoomi is Nickelodeon's animated series featuring miniature action heroes that help children solve everyday problems with math. Boys and girls ages 3-7 will love this coloring and activity book with over 30 shiny stickers.

Mighty Adventures

Team Umizomi is here! Milli, Geo, and Bot use their mighty math powers to solve everyday problems in this 96-page coloring book that includes over 100 stickers.

Features:

  • Author: Golden Books
  • Format: Coloring Book, Hardcover, Paperback
  • Age Range: 2 years and up

Material: Book Bundle

Brand: Random House

Origin: Imported

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