Peekaboo Pals: Opposites

Peekaboo Pals Opposites Who is flying high one moment only to come down low the next Who is quiet with anticipation of a loud celebration In Peekaboo Pals Opposites children will lift the flaps and be delighted by the amus

  • Title: Peekaboo Pals: Opposites
  • Author: Becky Davies Gareth Lucas
  • ISBN: 9781626865228
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Board Book
  • Who is flying high one moment, only to come down low the next Who is quiet with anticipation of a loud celebration In Peekaboo Pals Opposites, children will lift the flaps and be delighted by the amusing antics of the illustrated animals while learning about opposites Colorful illustrations and flaps with hidden surprises underneath will keep youngsters engaged as theyWho is flying high one moment, only to come down low the next Who is quiet with anticipation of a loud celebration In Peekaboo Pals Opposites, children will lift the flaps and be delighted by the amusing antics of the illustrated animals while learning about opposites Colorful illustrations and flaps with hidden surprises underneath will keep youngsters engaged as they learn.

    One thought on “Peekaboo Pals: Opposites”

    1. A lift-the-flap board book that introduces pairs of opposites. I like that the illustrations are full of details so that readers could even predict what will happen before they lift the flaps to discover what has changed.Highly recommended for toddlers.

    2. What's the opposite of "before"? Lift the flap to find out. With oodles of flaps to lift, this adorable concept book is perfect for toddlers with busy hands. Learn the difference between heavy and light, asleep and awake, and brave and afraid. The adorable animal illustrations make the book fun to look at as well.My toddler loves this book. We've been reading it together for the past week and she loves all the flaps and the animal characters. It's very cute!My blog: Batch of Books

    3. Owls enjoy the night and sleep during the day. Zebras aren’t always just black and white. When they get their hair done it’s a rainbow of colors. Opposites can be a lot of fun for toddlers. There are lots of surprises behind each flap and shows children up and down, hairy and bald, and even brave and afraid. Colorful pictures with animals demonstrate opposites in a way toddlers can learn and express themselves. Little ones will also become familiar with the concept of books, the animals and [...]

    4. Of the 3 Peekabo Pals board books I received for review, this one made the most sense to have flaps and didn't just feel like a gimmick.

    5. Nicely done humorous illustrations of opposites. Bright and a nice larger size. Will test the resiliency of the flaps next week with my grandson.

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