Which Vehicle Can You Here?
Hear And Guess
Published on 03.07.2012
Reading level: 24 months
211 mm x 211 mm
- Elaborate guessing game with flaps and five real vehicle sounds
- Memorable short stories
Just push the button and hear the sounds of real vehicles. This sound book tells on very single page a short story and by pushing the button the sound of different vehicles can be heared. Are the little listener able to guess which vehicle it is?
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