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Nina Laden's illustrations in this simple, rhyming board book are truly magical. The format is straightforward: on alternating two-page spreads, the words "Peek a" are repeated, opposite an illustrated page with a die-cut hole, behind which lurks a cow ("MOO!"), a green ghost ("BOO!"), and a mirror (you guessed it, "YOU!"). The youngest readers will delight in trying to guess who--or what--is peeking through the window, and can easily grip the baby-fist-size holes to turn the pages for the answers. The picture of the "ZOO!" is fabulous. Through the hole, all that can be seen is a wild pattern of colors, stripes, and spots. Turn the page, and find a wild kingdom of animals, one in front of the other: peacock, zebra, penguin, cheetah, elephant, and more. Ready for more peekaboo fun? Try Nina Laden's Ready, Set, Go! . (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
PreSchool-The exuberant illustrations in this guessing-game board book will enchant infants and toddlers. A bright left-hand page with the words "Peek a" faces a right-hand page with die-cut windows through which a visual clue can be seen. Turn the page and "Peek a MOO!" reveals a black-and-white cow; "Peek a BOO!" a green ghost; "Peek a ZOO!" a crowd of animals including an elephant, giraffe, zebra, etc.; and the final puzzle, "Peek a YOU," has a mirror insert. Vibrant colors with plenty of black outlines make this a charming visual treat for the youngest patrons.
Lisa Falk, Los Angeles Public Library
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I have been reading this book to my son since he was just a few weeks old. He is now 8 months old, and he still loves it. I definitely recommend this book for babies of all ages. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Skim
Cute fun book grandson loves it. Very easy to read with lots of color.Published 3 days ago by No Joy DonJoy
Baby loves this book. And it' short, which is great when you're in the habit of reading three books before bed and it's already way past bedtime. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Alison
This book is still going strong. My son loved it and still does because of the train part. And now my daughter loves it. Very simple but fun. Absolutely love it.Published 24 days ago by NYer523
Grandson's favorite book we have read over and over and played peak a boo with him so many times.Published 27 days ago by sunnyh