Peek Inside Peek And Seek, Out This Month

With 28 objects to count and find in each illustrated animal scene, this lively search-and-find puzzle book with gatefold flaps is positively packed with interactive fun!

 



Published by DK
Authored and Illustrated by Charlotte Milner


 


         $12.99

        






With 28 objects to count and find in each illustrated animal scene, this lively search-and-find puzzle book with gatefold flaps is positively packed with interactive fun!

Peek under the flap to reveal the flock of birds in the sky, or troop of monkeys in the Amazon rain forest. Then seek all sorts of objects hidden in the animal crowd. Can you find two top hats and five paper planes?

Children will want to go back again and again to each of Charlotte Milner's intricately illustrated animal gatherings, and they'll discover something new every time! There are fabulous facts and things to learn along the way, such as animal collective nouns, and how monkeys keep each other clean. Children can lift the flap to reveal an army of ants busy at work, or a school of fish passing through the colorful coral reef, and they'll discover why some animals work best as a team.

Peek and Seek's combination of gentle learning with fun activities will enable little ones to develop their hand-eye coordination, counting and observational skills, all the while being engaged and having fun!

 

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