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Hide-and-seek

A First Book of Position Words

By Sakshi Mangal, R. D. Ornot

Hardback

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An interactive concept book about positional prepositions that's loads of fun! In this fun, interactive game of hide-and-seek, young children learn all about positional prepositions. Bear, Fox and Owl are playing hide-and-seek in a woodland playground. They each take a turn counting to ten, then shouting "Ready or not, here I come!" When Fox finds Bear INSIDE the castle and Owl ON the slide, Bear hugs Fox and Owl. When Owl spots Bear BEHIND the climbing wall and Fox UNDER the bench, Bear hugs Fox and Owl again! But when Fox and Owl are not BETWEEN the swings, AMONG the trees, THROUGH the tunnel or ACROSS the bridge, Bear is the one who needs a hug. Will Fox and Owl come out of hiding to help their friend? Preschoolers will love joining in with the repetitive counting and calling out the familiar "Ready or not, here I come!" This is a perfect, playful picture book for storytime. It's also a lively concept book that will help children develop early language skills. It will inspire children to look for their own hiding spots under, behind or between things. Sakshi Mangal's adorable illustrations bring the characters and the loving bond they share to life with humor and a light touch. The characters' interactions offer a positive, reassuring message of caring for friends, terrific for encouraging strong personal development. AGES: 3 to 7 AUTHOR: R. D. Ornot lives in Hamilton, Ontario, with her family. This is her first picture book. Sakshi Mangal has a Master's degree in Children's Book Illustration from the Cambridge School of Art. She works out of her studio in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Product code: 9781771387941

ISBN 9781771387941
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H223xW225
No. Of Pages 3
Publisher Kids Can Press
An interactive concept book about positional prepositions that's loads of fun!