Dear Zoo
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Dear Zoo : A Lift-the-flap Book

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"Dear Zoo" is twenty-five years old -- and still as popular as ever! And with an updated look, this children's classic is sure to delight a new generation of readers!

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Product details

  • Board book | 18 pages
  • 154.94 x 157.48 x 10.16mm | 158.76g
  • SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Little Simon
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • 30th
  • colour illustrations
  • 141694737X
  • 9781416947370
  • 4

Customer reviews

My son (10 months) loves lifting the flaps on this book. The flaps are made from a heavy material and so far has lasted well (unlike some other board books where they have been easily torn from the page).show more
by HetHesexceemi
My 18 month old loves this book! It's a simple story of various animals the zoo sends the writer to have as a pet. My daughter now knows which animal is under each flap and loves to call out it's name (e.g. "monkey!") on each page. This is a great book, especially for children 1-3 years old.show more
by Lorna Attard
Probably my granddaughters favourite book. She is two and a half years old.show more
by Kim Bloch
Bought this book for my little one who's now 9 months and he absolutely loves it. He loves lifting the flaps to see the animals so it's not just me reading the book to him, he's actively engaging too! Started when he was 5 months on this book and till now he still goes back to this book for story time. Great buy.show more
by Declan Nolan
It's always the first book that is picked off the shelf in our house by our 18 month old. Great book, great price.show more
by MARTA PLACENCIA ALONSO
This book is great Only down side is there are no names for the animals, so could be more difficult for English 2nd language. However is great as you can add your own words, as my husband likes to ..."so they sent me an... elephant from Thailand" etc.show more
by Barbara Luebbers