Pop up Book All sorts of creepy, crawly creatures assume larger-than-life proportions when it comes to capturing the fascination of children. In this oversize volume, giant scorpions, a praying mantis, and more pop right off the pages, jiggling and wiggling their way to life brandishing claws, stingers, pincers, and more. Bold illustrations and accompanying rhyming text will intrigue budding young naturalists.
Board book lift the flap Dear Zoo is twenty-five years old -- and still as popular as ever! And with an updated look, this classic children's storybook about a youngster loooking for a perfect pet is sure to delight a new generation of readers!
Pop-up book. Open the cover of Jungle Beasts Pop-up and . . . look out! It’s an elephant! And right behind that, a lion! A giraffe! A rhinoceros, a hippopotamus, and a chimpanzee! Six big, bright animals truly pop off the pages so children can get up close and personal with all their jungle favorites. Sturdy construction means many happy safaris ahead, while whimsical rhymes add to the fun in a book that will make young imaginations run wild.
Pop up Book Catch the weirdest, scariest, and most fascinating sea creatures without getting your feet wet! Vibrant color pop-ups of a shark, lion fish, giant squid, devil ray, sea dragon, and viper fish leap off the page. Sea Creatures Pop-up brings water fun to everyone!
Pop-up Turn the dial to make the ducks go over the hill and far away, then see if you can find them hidden on the next page. Perfect for introducing of reinforcing early subtraction and addition skills.
Pop-up. Watch the hills literally come alive in this magnificent pop-up adventure drawn from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s classic, The Sound of Music. With paper engineering as unforgettable as each timeless melody, The Sound of Music transports readers to the lush green hills of the Von Trapps’ Austria in this heartwarming tale of familial love and growth. This book, which is based on the beloved musical, includes recognizable songs, such as “My Favorite Things” and “Edelweiss.” This visually stu...
Pop-up Over a million young readers have enjoyed the wheels that go round, doors that open and shut, and people who go bumpety-bump. Today it remains as fresh and engaging as when it was first published twenty five years ago.n