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Peek-a-Boo Little Reindeer (Board book)

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By Yu-Hsuan Huang, Yu-Hsuan Huang (Illustrator)
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Description


In this adorable peek-a-boo board book with felt flaps, a little reindeer gives Christmas gifts to all his animal friends.

A little reindeer has picked out the perfect Christmas presents for each of his animal friends! Young readers can lift soft, felt flaps to reveal which friend is getting each present as the little reindeer spreads holiday cheer.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781534451810
ISBN-10: 1534451811
Publisher: Little Simon
Publication Date: September 15th, 2020
Pages: 10

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(Graphic Novel, Ages 10+) - reviewed by Isabel