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    Each Peach Pear Plum (Board book) By (author) Janet Ahlberg, By (author) Allan Ahlberg


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    DescriptionThis is a board book version of this classic picture book that introduces characters from traditional stories, such as the `Three Bears`, `Mother Hubbard` and `Tom Thumb`, and encourages children to participate and to find the characters hidden in the pictures. The text, with its strong rhyme and rhythm, is perfect to read aloud to very young children.

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  • A classic!5

    Diana Boswarva My mother bought this book last Christmas, for my then 17 month old daughter, as she had fond memories of reading it to me when I was small. 'Each Peach Pear Plum' has proven itself to be a classic and is highly recommended for every child's bookshelf. The illustrations, rhyme and rhythm are comfortingly familiar. I would recommend that this book is purchased in board book format for little hands. by Diana Boswarva

  • Memorable!5

    Nathan Beal I'm buying this brilliant for my daughters as it was one of my favourites when I was a child. I can still recite the entire book word for word! The illustrations are gorgeous and the rhythm and rhyme are wonderful for developing language. A 'must have' for every family. by Nathan Beal

  • Loveable book5

    Roslyn Hughes This book is a fabulous start to the "I spy" game. Each page has a rhyme that tells you who is hiding in the picture. Eg "Cinderella on the stairs, I spy three bears". The pictures are detailed enough to add interest, but not so detailed that the child cant find the character (not like Richard Scary books or Where's Wally?).

    We have read it so many times my daughter (2.5 years) can point to whose hiding in seconds, but this doesnt detract from her enjoyment. She likes the sense of mastery it gives her.

    I would say its great for 18 months to 3 years. Worth having in your collection. Gender neutral. by Roslyn Hughes

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    Wendy SEKULOFF I was sent this from a friend in the UK (through Book Depository) to read with my 4yo grand daughter. She loves it! We find new things in the pictures every time. And it has also lead me to read to her about Tom Thumb, Mother Hubbard, Bo Beep who are mentioned in the tale. A good choice from my friend. by Wendy SEKULOFF

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