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The Cat in the Hat Great Big Flap Book

By (author) Dr. Seuss, Illustrated by Dr. Seuss





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With over 50 flaps to flip, this fun-packed novelty book features the one and only Cat in the Hat, along with a host of other characters derived from five of Dr. Seuss's most popluar books.Inspired by The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Dr. Seuss's ABC, There's a Wocket in My Pocket and Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?, and bursting with zany artwork and wacky rhymes in true Seussian style, this monster board book makes learning simple concepts lots of fun. By lifting the flaps and studying the pictures, young children will enjoy learning to count, exploring the alphabet, making funny animal noises, and finding out about colours and opposites.

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Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 1 Nov 1999
Language |
Format | Hardback
Pages | 12
Dimensions | 298 x 266 x 10mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 374g
ISBN | 978-0-0017-2061-9
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BISAC | language arts & disciplines / general


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