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Books in Flip-Flap Books series

  • Flip Flap Ocean

    Andrew Crowson

    Hardcover (Chrysalis Books Group, July 1, 2003)
    Dive into the deep blue sea with Flip Flap Ocean--a sturdy, colorful word and picture book guaranteed to give children hours of underwater fun! Equipped with special split pages, this bright, friendly book prompts readers to mix and match nine animals and a diver to create a crazy collection of creatures! Imagine a jellyfish with octopus tentacles, a crab with a shark's fins, or even a diver with a turtle's shell! There are endless possibilities with this amusing, creative board book.
  • What's Up, Pig?: Fun Flap Books

    Pinwheel

    Board book (Sterling/Pinwheel, Dec. 31, 2001)
    Pig is asleep, Pig is awake. pig is NOISY, Pig is quiet. And, Pig--along with big, fun flaps--teaches opposites in the most delightful way possible! Watch him leap high, nice and dry--then plop in the puddle and oh, he's wet. Light as a feather, he rises in the air, hanging on a balloon. Then pop! And down, down heavy Piggy falls. The colorful and comic pictures will have young ones laughing as they learn. 10 pages (all in color) 7 3/4 x 7 3/4.
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  • Flip Flap Fairytale

    Andrew Crowson

    Hardcover (Chrysalis Books Group, July 1, 2003)
    Enter the magical land of fairytales with Flip Flap Fairytale, a big, sturdy word and picture book guaranteed to give children hours of fun and laughter. Equipped with special split pages, this bright, friendly book prompts children to flip the flaps so they can mix and match fairytale characters to make hilarious fantastical combinations! Children's imaginations will soar with this amusing, creative book.
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  • Flip Flap Safari

    Andrew Crowson

    Board book (Chrysalis Books Group, Oct. 1, 2003)
    Journey deep into the jungle with Flip Flap Safari, a big, sturdy word and picture book, featuring stars like the leopard and the elephant. Equipped with special split pages, this interactive book prompts children to flip the flaps to create crazy combinations! The bright and friendly artwork makes it wonderfully amusing, and there are endless possibilities for young, inquisitive minds, guaranteed to provide hours of fun and amusement.
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  • Spot's First Christmas

    Eric Hill

    Paperback (Gardners Books, Aug. 31, 2003)
    None
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  • Playschool

    Alan Snow

    Unknown Binding (Published by Joshua Morris, March 15, 1992)
    None
  • Baby Bear's Hide and Seek

    Alan Snow

    Hardcover (Ladybird Books, June 1, 1989)
    Lifting the flaps allows the reader to help Baby Bear as he looks for a toy mouse hiding in his house
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  • What You Got, Sheep?: Fun Flap Books

    Pinwheel

    Board book (Sterling/Pinwheel, Dec. 31, 2001)
    Hey there, Sheep--what's that you've got? CURLY hair and STRAIGHT legs, a LONG scarf and SHORT socks. And watch out! Keep that PRICKLY cactus away from the SMOOTH balloon or it will make a super-loud pop. What a yummy dinner of HOT pizza and COLD ice cream Sheep has to eat. But, best of all, he has an EMPTY box...that soon will be FULL! Behind each bright and big flap hides a fun surprise...and an opposite for kids to learn. A Selection of Children's Book of the Month Club.
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  • On the farm

    Richard Powell

    Hardcover (Doubleday, Jan. 1, 1993)
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  • The Snowman

    J. Douglas

    Paperback (London : Frank Hollings, Jan. 1, 1916)
    None
  • Follow That Chicken

    Angela Chambers, Simone Abel

    Hardcover (Polka Dot Pr, Oct. 1, 2000)
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  • Baby Bear's Best Friends

    Alan Snow

    Hardcover (Ladybird Books, June 1, 1989)
    As Baby Bear goes for a walk in the country, flaps can be lifted to reveal some of his many woodland friends
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