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National Trust: Who's Hiding at the Seaside? (Who's Hiding Here?)
Katharine McEwen
Price: LE 200

   
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Book Summary
A beautiful lift-the-flap board book from the National Trust for little nature lovers everywhere! There are lots of animals at the seaside, but where are they hiding and what are they doing? In this charming lift-the-flap book, little ones can pore over the beautiful collaged pages and explore under rocks, seashells and seaweed to find out interesting facts about seaside wildlife. With over 20 tiny flaps in each book, there's so much to discover. Full of sturdy flaps and simple facts, this is the perfect introduction to the outdoors. Other titles in the series include: Woods, Farm, River, Jungle, Safari
Book Details
Language: English
Board Book: 12 pages
ISBN-10: 1788002342
ISBN-13: 9781788002349
Genre: Board Books
Condition: New

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