Show + Tell: Transportation Activities

With 3 posters, 40 stickers, and coloring + activity book

Show + Tell: Transportation Activities
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Format: Paperback / softback, 18 Pages
ISBN: 9781847807762
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The New York Times: 'An ideal travel companion'

This unique and engaging activity pack for preschoolers contains three fold-out posters and 40 stickers, which make learning about things that go fun for all the family. Learn about noisy vehicles, things that fly, things that float, and things that go as you add stickers to each poster, before displaying your creation in your home. Turn to the activity book in each pack for coloring, spotting, drawing and puzzle fun.

The author

Nous Vous are a London-based collective of artists whose clients include Tate, Facebook and the ICA. These are their first books for children.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 18 Pages
ISBN: 9781847807762
Size: 8.7 in x 11.8 in / 220.98 mm x 299.72 mm
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