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Books with title Peekaboo Baby

  • Peekaboo Baby

    Margaret Miller

    Board book (Little Simon, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Hey, baby! Look at these babies playing peekaboo!
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  • Baby: Peekaboo!

    DK

    Board book (DK Children, March 21, 2011)
    Babies will find a cuddly teddy, a big-eyed frog, a fluffy rabbit, a shaggy dog, a smiling dolly, and other fun toys hiding behind the flaps in Baby: Peekaboo! Perfect for reading aloud and encouraging early word recognition, these chunky board books are just right for babies who love to explore shape and texture.
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  • Baby: Peekaboo!: .

    DK Publishing

    language (DK Children, Feb. 29, 2012)
    Perfect for reading aloud and encouraging early word recognition, these books are just right for babies who love to explore shapes and colors.Babies will find a cuddly teddy, a big-eyed frog, a fluffy rabbit, a shaggy dog, a smiling dolly, and other fun toys in Baby: Peekaboo!
  • Peekaboo Baby!

    Tiger Tales, Sarah Ward

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 1, 2016)
    Peekaboo, I see you! Join in the fun in this adorable first lift-the-flap book for Baby. With a surprise mirror at the end!
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  • Peekaboo!

    Taro Gomi

    Board book (Chronicle Books, April 23, 2013)
    It's more than a book—it's a mask! Every spread includes a funny fact about featured creatures, from bears to robots. And young readers will squeal in surprise to find that when this board book is opened, the eye-sized die-cuts allow each spread to become a mask! Kids will have a blast posing as a fly-eating frog or a mouse-chasing cat. Sure to be a hit during both story time and playtime!
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  • Baby Peekaboo!

    Tiger Tales, Genine Delahaye

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Oct. 1, 2019)
    Kitten is playing peekaboo, and her friends are trying to find her. Is that Kitten’s furry tummy? Are those her soft ears? Little ones will love to lift the soft felt flaps and peek through the cut-out pages to share a fun game of peekaboo.
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  • Peek-a-Boo, Baby!

    Minnie Birdsong, Cottage Door Press, Daniel Roode

    Board book (Cottage Door Press, May 1, 2017)
    Give a book instead of a card! Under the special cover flap, write a sweet personal note to baby. Soft illustrations and a lyrical story combine for a heartfelt message of love. Embellished cover includes lift-a-flap for personalization. Includes envelope and seal. Trade your greeting card for a board book keepsake!
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  • Baby Loves Peekaboo!

    DK

    Board book (DK Children, Feb. 4, 2008)
    This fun, interactive book is perfect for infants who love playing peekaboo. Your child will be filled with delight as they pull back the flaps to reveal pleasing images of babies and toys. It even has touch-and-feel flaps that include sparkly foil, mirrors, and soft fabrics. •Durable flaps are perfect for little hands to flip. •Simple text encourages interaction between parent and child. •Develops imagination, thinking, and memory skills. •Perfect for infants 0-18 months.
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  • Peek-a-Boo Baby

    Sebastian Braun

    Board book (Candlewick, Feb. 14, 2012)
    Who IS that hiding? Lift the flaps to play peekaboo with babies!Is there someone under that big hat? Behind the stack of blocks? Beneath the blanket? Every baby loves playing peekaboo — and here is the perfect board book to keep the youngest of readers satisfied. Simple (and simply endearing) illustrations show partially hidden babies engaged in familiar activities, while shaped flaps are just the right size for little hands to explore.
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  • Peekaboo, Blue!

    Jenny Miglis, Jenine Pontillo

    Board book (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, Feb. 24, 2004)
    Peekaboo! Blue sees you! Lift the cloth flaps to explore a world of textures, and help Blue find her friends in surprising places. Then it's Blue's turn to hide. Can you find her?
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  • Peekaboo Baby Animals

    Tiger Tales, Maddie Frost

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 7, 2017)
    Young readers can find the hidden baby animals in this engaging slide-and-seek book! Each page features a tab to slide out to reveal a cute character hiding on each spread. Rhyming text and bright, colorful illustrations introduce children to a dog, a tiger, penguins, and more!
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  • Peekaboo, Baby!

    Denise Lewis Patrick, Ray Simmons

    Board book (Golden Books, July 22, 1998)
    A young African American boy loves to play peekaboo and hide-and-seek with his mother and his puppy