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Animal Sticker and Colouring Book

By: Jessica Greenwell(Author)
42 pages, colour illustrations
Animal Sticker and Colouring Book
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  • Animal Sticker and Colouring Book ISBN: 9781409585862 Paperback Oct 2014 Usually dispatched within 48 hours
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Explore the world of animals and their habitats in this bumper activity book. Use the 250 stickers provided to create exotic scenes including an arid desert, a grassy African plain and a lush rainforest. Then colour in animals including lions, tigers, zebra, giraffes, tree frogs, snakes, alligators and a range of more familiar farmyard varieties.



Age Level: 18 months to 5 years

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By: Jessica Greenwell(Author)
42 pages, colour illustrations
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