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Ages: Reading level: Ages 9-12

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Product Code: 417-435

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Usborne See Inside Lift-the-Flap Picture Atlas (Board Book)
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Lift-the-flap books can make any topic more attention-grabbing for children. Like a game of peek-a-boo in story form, your child will love the surprise of seeing what is under each flap, and the participation makes them feel like they are a part of the story.

Teach Geography The Fun Way!
The Usborne Lift-the-Flap Picture Atlas is an eye-popping beginner's atlas designed for the youngest child, but appealing to all ages. Whimsical pictures, simple text, and a breathtaking number of intriguing facts help answer your child's questions about the world around him.

Crammed With Information on Sights and Cultures
The Usborne Lift-the-Flap Picture Atlas is divided into separate continents, with each double page packed with details about the exotic animals, intriguing cultures, and magnificent sites to be seen. Beyond the obvious educational aspect, if you or a loved one does a bit of traveling, the Lift-the-Flap Picture Atlas will help a left-at-home child feel more connected. This durable board book also includes a giant world-map poster.

Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2016 PreK Curriculum Kit!

Includes a giant world-map poster! Publisher's Information

Pages: 16
Binding: Board Book
ISBN: 9780794524029
Publisher: Usborne Books
Printed In: China
Faith-Based: No

Awards and Endorsements:
Shortlisted Blue Peter Book Awards 2010

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Excellent book but a bit advanced August 20, 2015
Reviewer: Emily  
This book is FABULOUS. It is one that will surely be used in our home for years to come. With that said it is a bit advanced for preschool and I actually see this being best used in 1st-2nd grade. However, it will help to challenge my daughter and I Would rather buy materials and books that will help stretch their minds. The map that is included is also fabulous.

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Cool Book June 22, 2014
Reviewer: Sarah W.  
I really like this book. So does my 3 year old, but he can't understand much from it. I know it will be alot of fun and a great resource when he is 5/6+ Until then we look at it once in a while and it helps him learn when different places are. He thinks the big map included is pretty cool!

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Usborne Lift the Flap Picture Atlas March 24, 2014
Reviewer: Scarlett M.  
We really enjoy this book as the flaps get the kids involved. It also has a lot of fun pictures but for my boys, ages 4 & 5, there is a lot of information that doesn't mean much to them at this point.

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great tool for home November 1, 2013
Reviewer: April L.  
I think all homes would benefit from having an atlas available. I found this one to be a great addition to our home school library. The book doesn't get pulled out often, but when it does the girls love opening all the flaps and asking what's under them. I took off one star because the book doesn't keep their attention for long, but kept four because it's an amazing tool, the flaps are neat, and even though it's not a favorite, they still pick it up on occasion and ask to look through it. Also they are getting an idea about the world they live in.

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Lots of interesting details May 31, 2012
Reviewer: Tricia  
We got this for our 4-year-old daughter, and she has spent a TON of time looking at it. The flaps do start to get bent after several months of use, but as a whole the book is pretty sturdy. The information under the flaps is pretty random, but always interesting. Since the random factoids don't add up to a story, she often likes to just look through them more than have me read them to her. I foresee that she will enjoy this book again after she learns to read.

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