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Dinner Time by Jan Pieńkowski

Dinner Time

by Jan Pienkowski

Series: Monster Pops

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763638544, Hardcover)

They’re back! Hilarious and hair-raising, these internationally best-selling pop-ups make the perfect Halloween treats.

One day a frog is catching flies, when down comes a vulture who announces, "I’m going to eat you for my dinner." GULP! Get ready for a chain of hungry critters with gaping mouths and moving jaws in this deliciously scary, delightfully funny look at survival of the fittest that will have young readers eating it up.

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Frog, vulture, gorilla, tiger, crocodile, and shark open pop-up mouths, accompanying a story in which each animal is eatern by the next.

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