Eggs 1 2 3
Ten spreads with gatefolds and a culminating dramatic fold-out lead young readers from a single penguin egg to an ostrich's clutch of 10 eggs. Song-like, non-rhyming verse gives clues as to who might hatch. The answer to the repeated refrain, "Who will the babies be?", is found beneath a flap. Besides discovering the animal baby or babies, kids will also pick up a lot of nature terminology and interesting facts about animals, their birthing environments, and habitats.
Baker & Taylor
Rhythmic verses, interactive flaps and 10 gatefold spreads that culminate in a colorful fold-out final page lead youngsters on an informative journey that begins with a single penguin egg and ends with an ostrich's clutch of 10 eggs.
Rhythmic verses, interactive flaps, and gatefold spreads lead readers on an informative journey that begins with a single penguin egg and ends with an ostrich's clutch of ten eggs.
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What hatches from eggs? A counting book – a riddle book – a natural history interactive book.
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