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Product Description

Peepo! Peek through the holes. Can you see all the things that baby sees? Follow a baby through the day as it watches all the rituals of family life. Mummy makes porridge. Grandma hangs out washing. What will happen next? Peep through the holes for a clue! From much-loved duo Janet and Allan Ahlberg, this timeless classic brims with warm images of daily life.

Product Details

Format

Board Book

ISBN

9780670871766

Date published

December 31st, 1994

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Allan Ahlberg

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    svjimmy
    on 9 March 2012

    a 5 star book and I still read even though i’m not small any more!! I love looking through the holes at the different things. :)

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    dashernasher
    on 8 March 2012

    such a cute and amazing book I loved it and I’ve read it hundreds of times!Awesome!

    5out of 5
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    leSquidge
    on 1 March 2012

    Lovely board book to read to my 9 month old.

    5out of 5
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    liddy123
    on 21 January 2010

    this book is very nice for little kids, or even for bigger kids. i remember reading this book to my little sister when she was 3! and i was six! i remember i got stuck on som words but i was only six. and my little sister really understood it.

    5out of 5