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Peek-a-Boo Board Book Board book – September 1, 1997
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About the Author
Raymond Briggs is the creator of "The Snowman," He lives in Sussex, England.
Top Customer Reviews
Here's the thing: you never know which book will turn into THAT book ("Read it again!") Don't burden yourself with an insipid children's book that will make you want to scream when you have to read it multiple times, or every single night. And that's the magic here. There's a peek-a-boo feature (a die cut in one page showing something on the following page), but there's also a richly detailed setting. For a long time, you will be finding new things on the page that you missed before. On top of that, we have an historical element, because the father wears a service uniform that I am guessing is WWII UK. There's a victory garden out back of the baby's home. There is so much here...and babies love it, love it, love it.
All three of my children have liked this book. It is worth the purchase!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gotta be one of of the best kids books (1-3 years) out there. Vintage style that beautifully captures wartime Europe cosy domestic setting. Keeper for generations!Published 15 days ago by Tajinder Singh
Brand, new quality book. My baby loves playing peek-a-boo and my toddler loves playing seek and find and I spy with all of the pictures in the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mary West
Our favorite baby book. We still notice new details after owning the book for over four years. It's wonderful to see family life depicted in all it's charm and clutter. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Donald Sheehy
I love Janet's artwork and think this is a book that can grow with a child. The narrative illustrations have so much fun details in them that even parents will enjoy sharing the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by MGSkelly
Play British accent Peek-a-boo with your baby! The illustrations will keep you both engaged, even on the 400th reading.Published 11 months ago by Momto3inSC
A historical novel --In picture book form-for the very young. It is very English, told in rhyme, and is especially touching for those adults interested in English life after the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Anne S.