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Books in Flip Flap Books series

  • Guess Who's on the Farm: A Flip-the-Flap Book

    Naomi Russell

    Paperback (Candlewick, March 3, 1999)
    Who's rolling in the mud? Who's running in the field? Who's munching grass? Very young readers can guess who's on the farm by looking at the pictures, then find the answer by flipping the split pages. This simple novelty book will provide hours of fun and learning.
    K
  • Colors All Around

    Lori C. Froeb, BabyFirst™

    Board book (Studio Fun International, July 31, 2012)
    Rainbow Horse can't wait to introduce babies to the colors all around them. Bright, friendly illustrations engage and entertain while a cover with graduated rainbow pages help little ones find their favorite colors fast.
    J
  • Flip Flap Cars

    Rob Lloyd Jones

    Board book (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2010)
    Presents information about automobiles, including different types of cars, manufacturing, how a car works, repairs, auto racing, early cars, and junkyards. On board pages.
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  • Guess Who's in the Jungle: A Flip-Flap Book

    Naomi Russell

    Paperback (Candlewick, Sept. 1, 1999)
    Who's splashing in the river? Who's swinging in the trees? Kids can guess by looking at the colorful pictures and flipping the flaps to find out exactly who's in the jungle.
    L
  • My First Flip-Flap Book of Numbers

    Early Start Editors, Robert Salanitro

    Board book (Educational Publishing LLC, June 1, 2008)
    This whimsical book is designed by early childhood experts to teach your child to count to ten with twenty great illustrations. Images change when you lift the flaps for double the fun. My First Flip-Flap Book of Numbers is part of the award winning Early Start Active Reading series. Active Reading prompts at the bottom of each page help you engage your child in conversation in order to promote language and cognitive development.
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  • My First Flip-Flap Book of Seasons

    Early Start Editors, Robert Salanitro

    Board book (Educational Publishing LLC, Aug. 8, 2008)
    This book with teach your child all l about the four seasons with fun illustrations and discovery flaps. My First Flip-Flap Book of Seasons is part of the award winning Early Start Active Reading series. Active Reading prompts at the bottom of each page help parents and caregivers engage their child in conversation and promote cognitive development.
    G
  • Super Senses

    Dr Seuss

    Board book (HarperCollins Children's Books, March 1, 2005)
    One of a range of four fun flap books featuring a range of typically zany Dr. Seuss characters, introducing pre-readers to simple concepts such as the five senses and different kinds of weather. Sight, touch, taste, hearing and smell are all explored in a simple way that will appeal to pre-readers of two years old and upwards. Bright, bold illustrations of typically Seussian characters, with simple rhyming text and a flap to lift on every spread all add to the fun.
    G
  • Star Wars: A New Hope

    Cynthia Alvarez

    Paperback (LucasBooks for Young Readers, Jan. 3, 1996)
    Can Luke Skywalker rescue Princess Leia from the evil clutches of Darth Vader? The Force flows through every page of this action-packed intergalactic flap book based on the blockbuster motion picture. Lift the flap of R2-D2's light beam to see a hologram of Princess Leia, look beneath a boulder to reveal a Tusken Raider about to attack Luke, open Princess Leia's cell door to see her escape--and more! It's completely out of this world!
    N
  • There's a Dragon at My School

    Phillip Hawthorn, Jenny Tyler

    Paperback (Usborne Pub Ltd, Dec. 1, 1997)
    There is a surprise under every flap as youn g children discover what the naughty dragon is up to at scho ol. '
    H
  • Special Shapes

    Dr Seuss

    Board book (HarperCollins Children's Books, March 1, 2005)
    One of a series of four fun flap books featuring a colourful range of typically zany Dr. Seuss characters, introducing children to simple concepts such as shapes and time. Using a range of Dr. Seuss characters with bright, bold illustrations and simple rhyming text, this sturdy board book introduces pre-readers to the concept of shapes -- round shapes, square shapes, star shapes and more. A flap to flip on every page adds to the fun.
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  • The Chumash Through a Child's Eyes

    John Wilcox, Kate Yarbrough

    Paperback (Pacific Books, Sept. 1, 1997)
    a day in the life of a native American boy from the Chumash tribe ( located on the coast of California from S.L.O. to L.A.). His story is told in vividly colored computer generated graphic images comparing his life to the life of a modern boy. A simple story line explains the action and an item of interest from each scene is explained in more detail in the sidebar.Second printing
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  • LOOK OUT MOG

    Judith Kerr

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, April 3, 1991)
    Lift-the-flap pages reveal that Mog the cat has an unexpected guest, a yappy puppy, and must behave himself with his energetic and overly friendly visitor
    WB