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by Stephanie Petersen,Marie Torres Cimarusti

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ISBN:
0525460837
Author:
Stephanie Petersen,Marie Torres Cimarusti
Category:
Early Learning
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dutton Books for Young Readers; First edition (stated) edition (September 1, 1998)
Pages:
10 pages
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1868 kb
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1291 kb
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1271 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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By Marie Torres Cimarusti Illustrated by Stephanie Petersen. Peek-a-squeak! says the mouse.

By Marie Torres Cimarusti Illustrated by Stephanie Petersen. Category: Children’s Picture Books. Sep 01, 1998 ISBN 9780525460831 2-5 years.

Readers play peek-a-boo with a different animal on each page, guessing what it is, then lifting the flap to find out. Each animal has a different sound that becomes part of the peek-a-boo game: Guess who? "Peek-a-moo!" says the cow. "Peek-a-squeak!" says the mouse.

Book came in good condition and quickly

Book came in good condition and quickly. I got the book because my son had it in his preschool autism class last year and absolutely loved it. If you have a special needs child this is a great book for them, in fact probably a great book for any kid that loves books like my son or flip books which he loves also. Seller was very quick with delivery.

Title: Peak-A-Moo (Life-The-Flap) By: Marie T. Cimarusti Illustrated By: Stephanie Peterson Format . Peek-a-squeak!" says the mouse. Marie Torres Cimarusti lives in California. Cimarusti Illustrated By: Stephanie Peterson Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 10 Vendor: Penguin Random House. Dimensions: . 0 X 1. 0 X . 0 (inches) Weight: 2 pounds ISBN: 0525460837 ISBN-13: 9780525460831 Ages: 2-5 Stock No: WW460831. Publisher's Description. Stephanie Peterson lives in Connecticut.

Marie Torres Cimarusti (Author), Stephanie Petersen (Illustrator).

Marie Torres Cimarusti lives in California. Peek-a-moo, -doo, peek-a-oink, etc. are on every page and the toddlers LOVE to scream out the animal sounds.

Peek-A-Moo! by Marie Torres Cimarusti (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipping! . HB,Marie Torres Cimarusti,Stephanie Peterson. Peek-a-moo!: A Lift-the-flap Book by Marie Torres Cimarusti (Paperback, 2009).

Peek-a-Moo! by Cimarusti, Marie Torres. Free US Delivery ISBN: 0525460837. Peek-A-Moo! By Marie Torres Cimarusti, Stephanie Peterson. Results matching fewer words. Arthur in New York by Marc Tolon Brown (English) Paperback Book Free Shipping!

Peek-a-Moo! (Lift-the-Flap) by Marie Torres Cimarusti, illustrated by Stephanie Petersen is a classic lift the flap . Brief Book Summary: This book contains large brightly colored barnyard animals who play peek-a-boo with the young reader.

Peek-a-Moo! (Lift-the-Flap) by Marie Torres Cimarusti, illustrated by Stephanie Petersen is a classic lift the flap book focusing on farm related animals. This book has repetition on every page, with the phrase, guess who? Peek a . Lifting the flap to find out, the reader discovers a phrase like "Peek-a-moo!" says the cow, or "Peek-a-quack!" says the duck. Each page contains a different farm animal that is covering its face, the reader then lifts the flap to discov Title: Peek-a-Moo!

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Marie Torres Cimarusti. item 6 Peek-a-Moo! by Marie Torres Cimarusti, Stephanie Peterson -Peek-a-Moo! by Marie Torres Cimarusti, Stephanie Peterson.

Little ones love to play peek-a-boo! With its bright, quirky animals and oversized flaps to lift, Peek-a-Moo! is sure to be a read-aloud favorite. Readers play peek-a-boo with a different animal on each page, guessing what it is, then lifting the flap to find out. Each animal has a different sound that becomes part of the peek-a-boo game: Guess who? "Peek-a-moo!" says the cow. "Peek-a-squeak!" says the mouse. The bold, funny illustrations will keep kids laughing, while the large trim size and sturdy binding will ensure many hours of lift-the-flap fun.
  • Ximathewi
This is a precious book for curious babies and toddlers. It is a lift-flap book but since the flaps are so large, we have had some trouble keeping the pages from tearing during the ever-exciting "peek-a-..." moments which is why I am giving it 4 of 5 stars. I frequently have to glue pieces back to the book but it is worth the trouble for now since this book makes our toddler so excited about reading. We actually have to hide this book to prevent reading it 20x a night and to get some of her other stories into the reading rotation.

It is on the larger size so it also makes a great classroom book for teachers. This book is all about lifting the flap to discover what each animal says. There is a cow, duck, mouse, pig, rooster, a couple other animals, and at the end, a baby. It isn't a long book which makes it easy to memorize. Peek-a-moo, peek-a-cock-a-doodle-doo, peek-a-oink, etc. are on every page and the toddlers LOVE to scream out the animal sounds.

Even with the easily torn flaps, I recommend this book for all kids since it makes reading so much fun!
  • Nagis
One of the best of the lift-the-flap type books. Nice and big. The local library uses it every week for the Lap-baby Story Hour so I got a copy. My granddaughter loves it. Be careful not to buy the books of this set second hand, as a couple of flaps were torn off and the seller did not notice.
  • WtePSeLNaGAyko
Your little one will have plenty of fun pulling down the flaps in this colorful book. However, the large flaps in Peek-a-Moo! are thick paper and therefore easily tear and crease. Also, if you have a toddler who does not want or understand to close the flap back up with each page (such as the case with our 14-month-old daughter), you need to make sure the flaps are back up before you turn the page. Otherwise, they will hang out the bottom of the book, vulnerable to further damage from the wrath of an active toddler. We have other lift-the-flap books that have smaller, thicker flaps that automatically close when you turn the page (such as Dear Zoo--highly recommended), which are in much better condition.
  • Qusserel
Holy cow, my child loves this book. He is now 14 months, and at 9/10 months I started reading to him. Most of the time he is gentle with the flaps, but if he looks like he's going to tear it off, I just make sure to keep a distance from him until he learns to be more gentle. But he cracks up at each page when the animals are revealed. He knows this book with the pink spine on his bookshelf and specifically pulls it off and brings it over for me to read to him. He starts getting excited before I even open the cover.
  • Grinin
My 8 month old son goes to daycare, where they read this book to his class. The teachers read it to kids ranging in age from 12 weeks old to 3 years old, and ALL of the kids are silent and are so attentive when it's read to them. They'll all smiles and love the "peek a boo" from each of the animals! It's really amazing to watch! My son loved it so much, I bought one for our house, and he absolutely giggles with each of the animals! I've already purchased a few other copies for gifts, and plan to purchase the "peek a zoo" book for our house and gifts as well!
  • Alsath
When my son was a few months old, he used to sit and smile with surprise when I would pull down each animal. Then at around 7 months, he is regularly pulling down each animal himself and laughing. It's a fun, interactive bedtime story.

On the plus side, this book also teaches him about animal sounds. Daycare told me they were surprised at how much he laughed at animal sounds during farm week.

An added parent benefit: I think of this book when I run out of animals singing Old McDonald had a Farm.
  • Dainris
Our toddler loves this book.

Peek-a-Moo! really has it all:
- Big, bold, colorful pictures
- Fun fold down flaps
- Peek-a-Boo fun
- Simple and repetitive story line
- Animals!
- Animal sounds!

We read it over and over and over again!
Really funny and cute book! Unfortunately it's really easy to rip if your kid likes to rip things off the page. My baby already ripped one of the pages T__T Overall, it's really fun book!