Colour the picture. Ask a grown up to help you cut it out. 2. Make a hole on each side where shown. 3. Thread thin elastic through. Adjust to fit then tie a. Dear Zoo. Rod Campbell. I wrote to the zoo to send me a pet. They sent me an elephant. He was too big. I sent him back. So they sent me a lion. He was too. This is an interactive story. Children can click on the boxs to see the hidden animals! Enjoy!:O) Topics also included; stories.

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Dear Zoo. Cantell Public book. reads 58 likes. 17 pages. CREATE YOUR BOOK for. FREE. ENJOY THESE BOOKS. Let Art Play A Part. [PDF] Download Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book Ebook | READ ONLINE Download at Dear Zoo - Download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. a famous children's book by rod.

Lift the flap, and we see … an elephant! I sent him back. The sounds are operated by a series of 8 colour-coded buttons, each with a picture of the appropriate animal. A simple instruction to press the button is underneath the main text each time.

The ladder of buttons is set into a raised platform down the right hand side of the book. It stands proud throughout the read as the pages are turned, and lies flush with the padded cover when the book is closed. The story goes through seven animals in turn. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. Published on Dec 13, SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads.

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An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on. Such a simple story and a delight for my little one.

Thank you, Rod Campbell! Azra Akhtar, 12 January Very fun book to read with your child. MummyBear17, 11 January When my 4-year-old was at nursery this was his favourite book. He always joined in by saying most of the words, even though he couldnt read them, he remembered them as we read it so much.

It immediately became a firm favourite for my son and still gets picked up weekly at 2 years old. At first it was always a surprise what the zoo would send next and he enjoyed lifting he flaps himself to find out.


He then went through a stage where he would guess the animal and then open the flap. Now he enjoys calling out the animal as we read and making the sounds that the Scrummy mummy, 17 December Brilliant book. Both my boys engaged with it very early on as babies.

Loved making animal sounds. Very well made - pretty much indestructable.

Little Owls, 17 December Excellent book Lovely book, lots of fun lifting the flaps and discovering what animals the zoo sent! Hedgehoo, 14 November My older three have adored this book and I can't wait to start reading it with Sofia. Sofia's mum, 10 October Our favourite book! My little one loves lifting the flaps.

Liz F, 26 September Given as a gift and one of my ten-week-olds first books! Great clear pictures with bright colours, I can see him enjoying this one for years as he grows and changes!

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Amychodgson, 19 September Esmae loves this book, lifting the flaps up to see what is underneath them. Littlebean17, 15 September Fun lifting the flaps and making the animal noises. She never tires of lifting the flaps and giggling when she sees what is underneath. Linalu, 27 August This has been a firm favourite since he was about 4 months old.

He quickly learned to lift the flaps and began to anticipate which animal would be there.

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A magical moment to share. Kimothy, 26 August My daughter loves this book, she can open the flaps herself and loves making the animal noises. CheekyEmma, 25 August My month-old loves this book, she has been turning pages for a while but now sits and plays with the flaps as well, I think trying to play peek-a-boo with the animals!

She even tries to mimic my husband making all the animal noises. BarleyBear, 16 August Grandparents bought this book and loves seeing all the different animals. Piglet15, 15 August My 9-month-old daugher loves this book!See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details.

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His first jigsaw was based on the book and we have the play-a-sound edition which has broadened the appeal for both of us. The buttons are not in the same order as the pictures in the book either, so the child has to think, and look carefully to choose the right one.

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See All Resource Types. My daughter fell in love instantly with this book, the first lift flap book she read, and now she is addicted to all lift the flap books.