Item description for Do Crocodiles Moo?: Lift-the-Flap books (A Lift-the-Flap Handprint Books) by Amanda Leslie...
The creator of the successful FLAPPY Bright and playful, these are the question-and-response games that toddlers demand to have read and re-read over and over again. Amanda Leslie's lift-the-flaps create scores of humorous and improbable situations-just the kind to which children will want to shout "Noooo!" and then supply the right answer. The format gently but effectively expands vocabulary and reinforces the association of adjectives with a host of animals. Very attractively priced, sporting sturdy hardcover bindings, and all-around friendly: this pair of titles is a keeper!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.73" Width: 5.63" Height: 0.48" Weight: 0.61 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Handprint Books
ISBN 1929766084 ISBN13 9781929766086 UPC 812242000096
Reviews - What do customers think about Do Crocodiles Moo?: Lift-the-Flap books (A Lift-the-Flap Handprint Books)?
Love, love, love this book, except...... Sep 19, 2008
My 12 month old and I really enjoy this book, she is just at the age where she is learning to say all the animal sounds and she giggles at the wrong ones in this book. The only downside to this book is the flimsy paper on the inside, I wish it was a board book because she managed to rip the flaps off after only a few readings.
Cool book for little people Jan 12, 2001
I have the German translation of this book, and I started reading it to my son when he was a little under six months old. Even the first time around, he focused on the pictures and clearly loved the book. Now he is 7 months, and I read it to him every day, several times - he instantly smiles when he sees it, and he gets upset when I try to put it away after only one reading. The colors and clear drawings are great attention getters for babies, I guess, and the short texts (do crododiles moo? are elephants orange?) make for very easy reading. Highly recommended!