The reader is invited to guess which animal is hiding beneath the flap on each page.
|Other titles||Peekaboo who?|
|Statement||by Simms Taback.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.T1115 Pe 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||9781593541354, 9781593541804|
|LC Control Number||2006005830|
Feb 01, · A peek-a-boo game in a book, but very clever. The book has five sets of corresponding page spreads (six, counting the cover and title page) that follow a simple format. The first spread has a page with the words "Peek-a" and a companion page with a hole cut out of it, giving the reader a peek of the coming illustration/5. Even now the Showman stands before my eyes. His stiff red hair moves a little toward one shoulder, as if he is going to turn his gaze upon me, and moves back again; then his head moves a little toward the other shoulder in this never-ending game of horrible peek-a-boo. Oct 19, · Book Review 5 - Peek-a-Boo – Janet and Alan Ahlberg. All children from nursery to key stage one will be able to happily read this book or have it read to them by a parent/guardian. The book starts off by showing a picture of a toddler in her crib and has rhyming lines to set the tone of the book and create a jolly mood for the reader. The /5. Build a peek-a-boo book and give your child a fun vocabulary and reading boost, on the fly!
Nov 27, · Made from the 12″ by 3 3/4″ strips cut away for the other book. Fold each strip in half, you can use 2 together, punch holes, 5 across the folded end, in each set of 2, stack, weave together with a ribbon or yarn. print off small pictures, 9 to a sheet of 81/2″ x 11″ paper. Aug 18, · I love the word play on Peek a Boo and how it is adapted to a Halloween theme. Take a look at the illustration sequence below. It’s really quite fun to read aloud. Young kids will love this book! *NOTE* I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review5/5(1). Peek-a-Boo was created by Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins; the character first appeared in Flash v2, #, (January ). Fictional character biography. Peek-a-Boo is Lashawn Baez, a Central City Medical School graduate student who set aside her studies to take care of her father Tomas Baez when he fell judybwolfman.comd by: Geoff Johns, Scott Kolins. May 01, · This book is great to start teaching your child the old game of peek-a-boo. The book is about what a little baby sees through the day. The baby can see through the circular cut holes through to the next page. Each page is a different scene in the day in the life of the family.5/5(5).
6 months & up. Encourage little ones to enjoy reading with these delightful cloth books. Each book is interactive with soft textures, crinkles, and sounds. Each book presents appropriate activities that promote curiosity, self-discovery and fine motor judybwolfman.com: $ Personalize and print custom photo books, photo cards, calendars, home decor, and photo gifts. Your life is worth printing. Peek-a-Boo Forest is an interactive soft book that allows your little explorer to learn about different animals that live in the forest. Each durable page has soft peek-a-boo flaps that are easy for little fingers to open and close, promoting hand-eye coordination.5/5(2). Peek is a one-stop shop to discover and book amazing activities, tours, and more. We curate quality experiences, display them beautifully, and make them bookable online. Peek is a one-stop shop to discover and book amazing activities, tours, and more. We curate quality experiences, display them beautifully, and make them bookable online.