Peek-a-Who

by Nina Laden

Book, 2000

Barcode

123461079

Call number

BB LAD

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Publication

San Francisco, Calif. : Chronicle Books, 2000

Description

The reader can look through die-cut pages for a visual clue to complete a game of peek-a-boo.

User reviews

LibraryThing member eay2206
This book is fun. It's a tiny, compact book that's easy for little ones to carry around. It rhymes, so kids can memorize the sounds.

Ages 3 and up
BOARD BOOK
LibraryThing member DaytonGamble
A great, colorful board book that could keep the children entertained and focused.
LibraryThing member nmhale
A peek-a-boo game in a book, but very clever. The book has five sets of corresponding page spreads (six, counting the cover and title page) that follow a simple format. The first spread has a page with the words "Peek-a" and a companion page with a hole cut out of it, giving the reader a peek of
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the coming illustration. The second spread has a page with the word for that peek (for instance, moo, boo, or zoo) and the companion page reveals the hidden illustration (for instance, a cow, a ghost, or a zoo). Super cute. I love the fact that "peek-a-boo!" refers to a ghost, and that the last page is a mirror, for "peek-a-you!" I bought this book for my baby girl, who loves it, but my toddler also loves it and is always stealing it away! A home run in the fun book department.
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LibraryThing member AnneDenney
Very cute, both girls love it.
LibraryThing member lacykay9300
In this book there a pictures and the text says “peek a”. the children are supposed to look at the pictures on the page and fill in the rest of the sentence. There are pictures of a cow, ghost, zoo, and train and at the end there is a mirror.
I like this book it is really cute. The end when it
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uses a mirror lets the children see them selves. It is great.
You could do a lesson on self esteem make the children describe what they see in the mirror and tell you one good thing about themselves.
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LibraryThing member kwatson87
This book has peek-a-boo windows with colorful pages, and simple rhymes for the children to look through and explore on each page.
LibraryThing member tlwood
This guessing game book will keep the attention of any child. The cut-outs, questions, and illustrations are fun and enchanting for children. The colors are vibrant, and the visuals are charming.
LibraryThing member frood42
In this board book the classic peek-a-boo becomes a fun rhyming game. One page says 'peek-a' and the facing page has a window hinting at the sound to come. For example, one page is covered in black and white spots, the page is turned to reveal a cow and “Moo!”. The illustrations are simple and
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colorful, and the words are bright and stand out against backgrounds of mostly solid color with some textured shapes. The book features things kids love, and love to make sounds of: animals, zoos, trains and, of course, their own reflection. This book encourages a fun way to interact with toddlers.
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LibraryThing member adaq
Great fun for the little-littles, who can appreciate the rhyming word play.
LibraryThing member MindyEwing
Colorful pictures and simple rhyming texts help children guess what's peeking through the die-cut windows in these two fun board books. The anticipation of what's hiding on the next page and the bright, engaging illustrations will keep youngsters guessing and giggling all the way to the suprise
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endings.
Source: Pierce County Library
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LibraryThing member KayteeSchroeder
REVIEW: Colorful pictures and simple rhyming texts help children guess what's peeking through the die-cut windows in these two fun board books. The anticipation of what's hiding on the next page and the bright, engaging illustrations will keep youngsters guessing and giggling all the way to the
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surprise endings.
RESOURCE: Lakewood Library
AGE: 1-2
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LibraryThing member jhawn
board book
LibraryThing member born2read4ever
this book talks about animals that are awake at night
LibraryThing member everything4nothin
Colorful pictures and simple rhyming texts help children guess what's peeking through the die-cut windows in these two fun board books. The anticipation of what's hiding on the next page and the bright, engaging illustrations will keep youngsters guessing and giggling all the way to the suprise
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endings.
Source: amazon
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Original publication date

2000

ISBN

0811826023 / 9780811826020
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