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Up, Down, All Around: Learning About Opposites

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Kids learn the concept of opposites -- empty and full, up and down -- by placing their Little People® vehicle in its proper place.

In Fisher-Price Little People® Puzzle PlayBooks, kids learn about animals and opposites while they read the story and play with the puzzle pieces. Six sturdy, child-safe, cardboard puzzle pieces are stored in a clear plastic clamshell on the front cover. Kids place each puzzle piece in the proper place in the book by matching the shapes and reading ...

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Overview

Kids learn the concept of opposites -- empty and full, up and down -- by placing their Little People® vehicle in its proper place.

In Fisher-Price Little People® Puzzle PlayBooks, kids learn about animals and opposites while they read the story and play with the puzzle pieces. Six sturdy, child-safe, cardboard puzzle pieces are stored in a clear plastic clamshell on the front cover. Kids place each puzzle piece in the proper place in the book by matching the shapes and reading the clues. The charming illustrations are completed once the pieces are placed where they belong.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575842738
  • Publisher: Reader's Digest Children's Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Series: Fisher Price Puzzle Books Series
  • Pages: 12
  • Age range: 1 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.48 (w) x 6.51 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2008

    Up, Down, All Around

    ISBN 1575842734 ¿ Board book bindings are the best, bar none. These pages are so thick and sturdy that they can stand up to almost any beating your child can dole out. There is no warning on the book itself, so it is probably minimal to non-existent for normal children (if there is such a thing!), but the small cardboard vehicles seem likely to be nibbled on and might, just at a stretch, pose a choking hazard. In the morning, the city comes to life with the noises of vehicles everywhere. They move about town, in and out, under and over. The vehicle shaped 'puzzle' pieces fit into spots on each page and reinforce the opposites on the pages. Interactive books are always a good thing, especially for the youngest readers. Fisher-Price gets kids and proves it with their Puzzle PlayBooks. The illustrations by Peggy Tagel remind me of those felt-covered boards where you could create a scene, they're very brightly colored and most don't have too much in the way of overwhelming detail. The 'tray' that holds the cars in the cover of the book doesn't slide out too easily, so your young reader won't find it easy to pull them out - and proceed to lose them or gnaw on them! Well worth picking up, but if you buy it used, make sure all the cars come with it. They are, after all, the fun part. - AnnaLovesBooks

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