Where Do You Go, Little Car?
My Wooden Jigsaw Book
Published on 16.07.2010
Reading level: 18 months
175 mm x 175 mm
- With wooden puzzle piece that has to be put into the right spots
- Advances concentration and helps fine motor skills
- Texts in rhyme form - for additional fun!
This picture book for children aged 18 months + contains a little wooden jigsaw element to play with. On every double page, the child can insert the little car and accompany it on its way through the city.
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My Wooden Jigsaw Book
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