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Look at me Hardcover Books

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Is it a book? Is it a mask? Even better, it’s both! These new interactive board books are shaped like masks so that children can wear them as well as read them. Bright, colourful and eyecatching designs encourage creative imagination to develop through pretend play. Who can resist a book that offers so much fun? The compact size and sturdy board format are perfect for small hands. 12 pages. pages. Measures 16 H x 16cm W. Includes: Robot Look At Me! Monster Look At Me! Alien Look At Me! Clown Look At Me!
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Look at me Hardcover Books

Code
465262
Is it a book? Is it a mask? Even better, it’s both! These new interactive board books are shaped like masks so that children can wear them as well as read them. Bright, colourful and eyecatching designs encourage creative imagination to develop through pretend play. Who can resist a book that offers so much fun? The compact size and sturdy board format are perfect for small hands. 12 pages. pages. Measures 16 H x 16cm W. Includes: Robot Look At Me! Monster Look At Me! Alien Look At Me! Clown Look At Me!
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Age Group Toddler
Minimum Recommended Age 2yrs+
Book # Pages 12 pages.
Unit of Measure Set of 4
Height 16cm
Width 16cm
Includes Includes: Robot Look At Me! Monster Look At Me! Alien Look At Me! Clown Look At Me!
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