Published August 30, 2006
by Piggy Toes Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Chris Gilvan Cartwright (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
Whos in the Ocean: Lift the Flap And Learn [Deprisco, Dorothea, Cartwright, Chris Gilvan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Whos in the Ocean /5(3). The counting in this Ocean themed book could easily have been reworked to count from 1 up to 10, reverse from 10 down to 1 as it is, in my teacher opinion. ALL three books in the series (McDonald, Little Monkeys, Ocean) ALL count down, none count up = disappointing & repetitive/5(). Out in the ocean where the big waves roar, tons of different creatures come out to explore. Kids can count them all as they read along with this bouncing rhyme. With beautiful, colorful illustrations and irresistible click-to-count buttons, kids will love learning their numbers as they discover the incredible creates who live in the ocean. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the Ocean (National Geographic Little Kids First Big Books) Catherine D. Hughes. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ National Geographic Readers: Weird Sea Creatures Laura Marsh. out of 5 stars /5(23).
Who's in the Ocean? Pop the dots to find out! Poke the irresistible click-to-count buttons to hear satisfying "clicks" and "pops" as you count all the amazing creatures in the sea! This sturdy page interactive board book invites kids to pop along as they explore the ocean and learn fun facts along the way! Poke-a-Dot® books help encourage language development, counting, and fine motor. Kaitlyn has authored everything from young adult art and craft titles to school textbooks, and children’s chapter books to board books for toddlers. Originally from Boston, where she earned a degree in writing, literature, and publishing from Emerson College, Kaitlyn has spent the last ten years on the West Coast, chasing the surf and the snow.5/5(1). page interactive sturdy board book with buttons to press and pop on every page; Dots make different clicking and popping sounds depending on how they're poked; Poke-a-Dot books encourage language development, counting, and fine motor skills; Poke the dots to count the creatures in the ocean and learn fun facts along the way; PRODUCT DETAILSPrice: $ Ocean's 8 () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
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