Peekaboo! I See You! (Sesame Beginnings Series)

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In their first year, two of a baby’s most important developmental milestones are mastering imitating others and learning to play simple games. What combines both better than a game of Peekaboo?

This flap book offers babies an interactive game of Peekaboo, with each spread featuring a close-up of a Sesame Street Muppet hiding behind sturdy, hand-shaped flaps that open to reveal the character’s full face. Simple rhyming text offers clues to help ...

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Overview

In their first year, two of a baby’s most important developmental milestones are mastering imitating others and learning to play simple games. What combines both better than a game of Peekaboo?

This flap book offers babies an interactive game of Peekaboo, with each spread featuring a close-up of a Sesame Street Muppet hiding behind sturdy, hand-shaped flaps that open to reveal the character’s full face. Simple rhyming text offers clues to help babies and toddlers to identify the character before opening the flaps.

Offers an interactive game of peekaboo, featuring a close-up of a Sesame Street Muppet hiding behind sturdy, hand-shaped flaps that open to reveal the character's full face.

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Editorial Reviews

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It's peekaboo fun with the Sesame Street crew! In an irresistible lift-the-flap board book, the smallest children can bend back the hands of Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Elmo, and others to reveal their smiling faces. Full of color and cheerful characters, Peekaboo! I See You! is sure to elicit grins and giggles.
Publishers Weekly
Sesame School Random House launches the Sesame Beginnings series, a line of board books designed to teach pre-literacy skills to babies and toddlers. The books are leveled 1-5 to correspond to different developmental stages, and the first book, Baby Faces by Wendy Cheyette Lewison, illus. by Christopher Moroney, connects the facial expressions of familiar Sesame Street characters with phrases such as "Boo-boo" and "Bye-bye." Peekaboo! I See You!, by the same team, engages youngsters with the familiar game; flaps lift to reveal the names of each character ("Someone is hiding. Do you know who? Peekaboo, Big Bird! I see you!). Cookie See! Cookie Do! by Anna Jane Hays, illus. by Barry Goldberg, uses gatefold spreads to highlight the growing physical competency of two-year-olds ("Elmo says, Reach up high. Stand up tall"). Toddlers learn simple games and songs in Pat-a-Cake and Other First Baby Games and Sing a Song of Sixpence and Other First Songs for Baby, both illus. by Tom Brannon. (May) Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780375815126
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 5/28/2002
  • Series: Sesame Beginnings Series
  • Edition description: BOARD
  • Pages: 14
  • Sales rank: 375,988
  • Age range: 3 months - 3 years
  • Product dimensions: 8.03 (w) x 7.99 (h) x 0.42 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2009

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    GREAT BOOK FOR BABIES!

    My 6 mo. old grandson loves this book. He gets all excited when I get it out. Elmo is his favorite character but he now recognizes all of the characters in the book. Please do not hesitate to buy this book for your little one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2008

    Makes my son smile

    My son is 6 mos old and we read this book almost every night. He giggles everytime I uncover the characters eyes. Highly recommended for this age group.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2007

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    What better than to include your favorite Sesame Street characters with an interactive peekaboo page?? Your children will love to uncover the adorable faces. I recommend it highly for all children's home libraries.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2004

    GOOD ENTERTAINMENT FOR BABIES AND TODDLERS!!!!!

    My daughter just LOVES this book. She is 9 months old and is very eager to lift the flaps while I am reading to her. The words rhyme and are quite catchy. To be honest, I don't know who likes this book more my almost 3 year old or my baby (or ME for that matter). After reading it to my older daughter I caught her reading it out loud as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2002

    My daughter's favorite book!

    This is a great book for babies. My daughter has enjoyed this book starting from 10 months old. The flaps (which are supposed to be the hands) are easy enough for her to lift and she loves seeing the familiar character faces behind them. She gets so excited at the end of the book when she opens two "door" flaps to reveal all the characters for the finale. It's a sturdy book, but if left to look at it on her own like in the car (where we only keep cloth books because she can't chew on or destroy those) while I am driving she would probably be able to tear the flaps. It is a sturdy board book, but when I've given her those in the car before she had chewed on them. In summary, it will depend how hard your kid is on books whether it will be part of your supervised or unsupervised reading. Thought that was worth mentioning. Overall it's a great book.

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