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Books in Lifft-The-Flap Story series

  • Fisher-Price Little People Lift-the-Flap Cars, Trucks, Planes and Trains

    Nancy L. Rindone, Fisher-Priceâ„¢

    Board book (Studio Fun International, June 28, 2011)
    New look for an old best-selling title! Cars, Trucks, Planes, and Trains takes kids on a journey of fun and learning about vehicles.Packed with flaps, Cars, Trucks, Planes, and Trains takes kids on a learning adventure through Discovery City. The Little People make it fun to learn all about the vehicles found in a neighborhood, at the airport, in the city, at the train station, and in the harbor. Each location also features one early-learning concept—colors, shapes, counting, matching, or pairing animals.
  • Let's Go to the Farm

    Lori C. Froeb, Fisher-Priceâ„¢

    Board book (Studio Fun International, Dec. 8, 2009)
    This Little People flap book is sure to be a hit with kids! Eddie, Sonya Lee, and their friends spend the day at a farm, and toddlers can explore right alongside them. Whether visiting the barn, playing with the animals or "working" at the farm stand, favorite Little People characters show all the fun there is to be had in this environment. On each spread, simple concepts are taught, including colors, shapes, counting and opposites.
  • Thomas & Friends: The Holiday Express

    Susan Hill Long, Jim Durk

    Board book (SFI Readerlink Dist, Oct. 24, 2017)
    Twenty-four die-cut flaps reveal fun surprises in this holiday-adventure board book starring Thomas and his fellow locomotives on the island of Sodor.
  • I'm Green and I'm Grumpy

    Alison Lester

    Paperback (Puffin, July 1, 1993)
    In a lift-the-flap book, children go into a dress-up closet one by one, and young readers must guess who each child will be when he or she comes out. Original.
  • The Kissing Monster

    Marion Dane Bauer, Kathy Couri

    Paperback (Little Simon, April 1, 2002)
    An amusing tale with lots of flaps and pop-ups, perfect for Mother's Day or Valentine's Day, has a young girl on the run as she tries to hide from her mother's mushy kisses. Original.
  • Sesame Street Elmo's Favorite Places

    Carol Monica, Sesame Street

    Board book (SFI Readerlink Dist, Sept. 11, 2007)
    Packed with flaps from cover to cover, Elmo's Favorite Places is sure to become a treasured book for young Sesame Street fans. Preschoolers will love visiting all of Elmo's favorite places - the farm, aquarium, school, park, and home - while learning five different concepts (colors, shapes, counting, alphabet, and pairing objects that belong together) along the way. Bold object labels on every spread teach more than 100 vocabulary words, making this book a learning adventure.
  • What Is Halloween?

    Harriet Ziefert, Claire Schumacher

    Paperback (Festival, Oct. 20, 1992)
    Little Mouse is fascinated by her very first Halloween. From making a costume with her mother to greeting trick-or-treaters at the door, Little Mouse discovers the wonders of this spirited holiday in an inventive lift-the-flap book—just right for beginning ghosts and goblins.
  • Dragons Love Ice Cream

    Georgina Wren, Carrie Hennon

    Board book (Imagine That, Sept. 1, 2020)
    What do dragons love? Do they eat ice cream or smelly shoes? Do they sleep in a submarine or a cozy bed? Lift the flaps to create a story with this interactive board book where the reader chooses what happens next! Dragons LOVE Ice Cream! encourages imaginative play as the reader chooses and creates their own story, again and again.
  • Sesame Street: Elmo's 1 2 3 Lift-the-Flap: Lift-the-Flap

    Sesame Street

    Board book (SFI Readerlink Dist, June 9, 2015)
    Busy scenes, oodles of flaps, lots of labels, and beloved Sesame Street characters make learning numbers fun! More than 50 flaps teach kids counting from 1 to 20.Kids discover counting and numbers in fun and surprising way as they join Elmo and all his favorite friends on their adventures. In Elmo’s 123 , readers will find more than 55 flaps that make every page a surprising delight. Each colorful flap opens to reveal items to count or other surprises geared to teach children to count from 1 to 20 effectively and efficiently. Learning numbers has never been so engaging!
  • Sesame Street: Elmo's Merry Christmas

    Sesame Street, Tom Brannon

    Board book (SFI Readerlink Dist, Oct. 25, 2011)
    Count down to Christmas with Elmo and his friends in this holiday flap book. Includes a built-in Christmas Countdown calendar with 25 flaps!Christmas is coming and Elmo can hardly wait! Kids can join Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, and all their friends as they get ready for Christmas on Sesame Street. Dozens of flap surprises throughout and an exciting countdown calendar at the end of the book will make this a fast holiday favorite!
  • Dragons

    Judy Tatchell, Peter Scott

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, Feb. 28, 2005)
    Dragons introduces a magical and fantastical world inhabited by frightening fire-breathers and gentle giants. Ages 2+ years.
  • What Is Passover?

    Harriet Ziefert, Lillie James

    Paperback (Festival, March 20, 1994)
    Help Jake and his family prepare for a special family seder in this holiday lift-the-flap book about Passover.