Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake

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Simon & Schuster U.K., May 1, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 12 pages
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'Animal book': Enjoy pointing out and naming familiar animals with your child. Here are 40 animals from the Australian backyard, bush, farm and zoo that very young children will recognise and soon learn to name. 'Hallo! How are you?': A small bear has just learnt the proper way to greet people and wants to practise it. Unfortunately the flowers, birds and cat can't give the correct answer, and the postman, milkman and newspaperman are all too busy. All is well however, when the little bear's father appears and makes everything right by knowing just how to answer. 'Where's Spot?': Children can join in the search for the mischievous puppy by lifting the flaps on every page to see where he is hiding. 'Lizzie and her kitty': Where is Lizzie? In the kitchen with her kitty - and having a wonderfully messy time. 'Baby's first friends': Pictures of various animals on soft plastic pages. 'Touch and peek with Teddy and me': The youngest child will love to participate in this charming little book by touching and peeking during the daily activities of a small boy and his teddy. 'Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake': Words to the familiar nursery rhyme are illustrated with pictures of a busy baby baker and accompanied by directions for simple hand motions.

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The well-known author of many books for children including The Firebird and Grandma Chickenlegs, Moira Kemp has sold over 5.5 million children's books worldwide.

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