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“The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones (and their parents or carers) with new everyday experiences. In We Can Get Dressed, Millie and Mo get ready for a day out.
“This novelty book with a sweet story has fun flaps to lift and mechanisms to move, as well as practical tips for parents and carers on each page, endorsed by leading Early Years Consultant, Dr. Amanda Gummer.”
“It’s time for George to get dressed. But where should he start? With Bear by his side, George finds a way!”
“Pandas wearing pants? Surely not! And what about wombats wearing wellies, sloths in socks, or even giraffes wearing scarves? Whatever you do today, don’t forget to get dressed!”
“Bing Bunny is a loveable, feisty pre-school character, created by illustrator Ted Dewan. Bing takes on various daily challenges faced by preschool children, and this book finds Bing tackling getting dressed.”
“Create crazy costume combinations as you flip the flaps to mix and match! Watch as spacesuits, tiger costumes and footballers get all mixed up in this rainbow book of new fancy dress friends. With 72 possible combinations to work through, children will keep coming back for more flip-flap fun.”
“What will Peppa be today? A witch, a fairy, a doctor or an astronaut? Little hands will love to flip the flaps and create lots of different outfits for Peppa.”
“Who does Spot want to be today? A cowboy? A spaceman? A pirate? A tiger? Or maybe a mismatch of them all. Join Spot as he dresses up in lots of different fancy-dress outfits, from a goal-scoring wizard to a magical cowboy!
“This flip-flap book allows for a crazy array of silly and mismatched outfits, and is perfect for little hands to play with.”
“Mr Croc loves dressing up as a cowboy, a pirate and even an astronaut. But sometimes he gets mixed up. Flip the pages to change Mr Croc’s clothes and create tons of colourful outfits.
“Children will love finding the funniest outfit combinations using the interactive split-page format.”