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Say Hello to the Baby Animals! - A Soft to Touch Book - Ian ...Hello Baby animals! (423 words)
by ninacolada86 - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
My daughter and I have owned this book for a few months now, and it is one of our favorite bed time stories. The large hardcover book is beautifully illustrated and features as the title implies various baby animals from the African safari. Price: I received this book as a present for my daughter so I did not buy it, on the back of the book it says 10.99 pounds but on amazon.co.uk you can get this book for 4.09 pounds. About: The book is 24 page paperback, but of a thick paper that is easy to turn but wont wrinkle or tear easily. The story starts off with a baby lion going to say hello to his friends. Each page features a different ...
Say Hello to the Baby Animals! - A Soft to Touch Book - Ian ...Touchy feely animals - Raaaaaaah!! (410 words)
by owensmum - written on 18/11/08 (Very useful, 171 readings)
This is another book I have borrowed from the local library to read to my two year old at bedtime. It is published by Macmillan books and the author is Ian Whybrow. I had not realised but after doing some research I am very familiar with this authors other work. He writes the books for Harry and his bucketful of Dinosaurs which have been made into a TV series which runs on the Playhouse Disney channel. I have also borrowed some of his other books Wobble Bear Says Yellow and Again! both of which I adored! The book is illustrated by Edward Eaves. The book starts by introducing us to Baby Lion and then he decides to walk around to look for his friends.As baby lion ...