Who Lives Here
Who Lives Here? : Paperback: Creative Teaching Press: 9780916119379: 01 Mar 1994
Paperback. Pub Date :2012-11-01 Pages: 24 Language: English Publisher: Walker Lift the flaps to find out who belongs where in this colourful. stylish biology book about animal habitats. Who Lives Here is one of four simple novelty titles in the Uncover and Discover series that explores aspects of animal life for very young children. Who Lives Here looks at where animals live in an enjoyable and friendly way with strong text from writer and biologist Nicola Davies accompanied by stunning artwork and simple lift-the-flap spreads.
Title: Who Lives Here? Binding: Hardcover Author: Terry, Michael Publisher: BLOOMSBURY CHILDREN'S BOOKS
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