I'd buy this book again in a heart beat, it was worth the money that's for sure! Children's Literature Spot lovers will relish the puppy's sweet adventures in this lift-the-flap book. This is a delightful story about a little pup name Spot who goes to a farm and sees all the different animals. So cute and my granddaughter loves to lift the flaps. They love the simple stories that they can relate to hiding, baking a cake, playing with others etc and the lift-the-flaps always bring screams of delight even though we've read them many many times. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact. Read the other 1-start reviews. Brief Book Summary: Spot searches for baby animals with his father on a farm.
Young readers will welcome this new Spot book and hope his curiosity doesn't wane. When it became an animated thing, I lved it so much! My baby loves to lift-the-flaps and this book calms her down when she is fussy. Its now February and we still read this daily along with the Who's there, Spot? The Estimate Delivery Date is when your order is expected to arrive at your chosen delivery location. Spot goes out looking for baby animals and finds some pigglets and kittens. This board book also features a full-color cover, with rounded-edge, sturdy pages that will stand the test of time. We cannot guarantee that your order will arrive at its destination if you have not provided correct address details and as much information as possible to assist the couriers when delivering e.
This is a basic young reader book. Spot is off again being a knob. In 1978 Eric made up a story about a small puppy to read to his son at bedtime and Spot was born. We will then contact you with the appropriate action. We will then contact you with the appropriate action.
Unfortunately, you will be liable for any costs incurred in return to sender parcels if the information you provided was inaccurate. This book is about Spot and his father going to the farm. This perfect introduction to the world of baby animals has been delighting children for years, and now they can enjoy it in a brand new lift-the-flap board book format. Henebry Parent Council Volume 6 Spot's father wants to show him baby animals. My favorite page is Spot in the duck pond looking for Duckling. Lifting the flaps reveals a little extra information about each scene and what Spot finds out.
The premise of this book is that Spot is looking for baby animals. Simply return the item within 30 days of purchase for a refund. Animal sounds pique Spot's curiosity, and lift-the-flaps reveal who is underneath. If we need to do this there is no extra charge to you. This would be a good book to use during a farm or an Title: Spot Goes to the Farm Bibliographic Reference: Hill, E 2003. It was published by Warne and has a total of 24 pages in the book. He was praised for his contribution to children literacy.
He looks through it again and again, raising the flaps. Title: Spot Goes to the Farm Bibliographic Reference: Hill, E 2003. The board books are just simpler for the little ones to turn. As they grow I'm sure they'll be one of the books they learn to read with. The story line of the book is okay and the pictures and lift the flap features are cute. Eric Hill Born in London and popular author and illustrator.
Summary: This is a board book with lift the flap pages. Join Spot as he visits his dad, working on the farm, and help Spot look for baby animals. Spot Goes to the Farm. Brief Book Summary: Spot searches for baby animals with his father on a farm. Condition: Good, Author: Eric Hill, Publication Year: 2001, Language: English, Format: Board Book See More. His dad wants to show Spot baby animals so they go in search of some. Spot tries to make friends with the animals.
Spot and his Daddy go looking for an animal that had babies on the farm. Animal sounds pique Spot's curiosity, and lift-the-flaps reveal who is underneath. Personal Reaction: I think this is a good book for the children to learn about what animals live on the farm and the different sounds you will hear while visiting a farm. My children and Grandchildren love this book and to be honest so do i. The lift-the-flaps are sturdy and easy for little fingers to handle.