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Suitable for 2 - 6 years

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Product Description

They have eight arms and they live under the sea – but how many types of octopus can there be? Pull the tabs and lift the flaps to see. There’s the Cuckoo-Clocktopus, the Scary Shocktopus, the tasty Toffee Choctopus and the pink-cheeked Party Frocktopus. Get ready to wave your arms with glee! Did you love Elephant Wellyphant? Then you’ll adore this laugh-aloud book in the same style. Lifting flaps, moving parts and crazy surprises from master author-illustrator Nick Sharratt.

“This book will raise a smile amongst all who read it.” Booktrust

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9781407105574

Date published

October 6th, 2008

Other details
  • 24 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Nick Sharratt

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  1. Fiona, Scholastic Staff
    on 1 March 2011

    Passes the toddler test

    My two year old LOVES Nick Sharratt’s fantastic novelty books. They’re bursting with crazy characters and all round silliness, and have sturdy flaps and novelties that little hands can manage. And, vitally for parents, there’s a satisfying rhyming text that stands any number of re-readings.

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