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Who's Looking at You? (Nature Lift-the-Flap Books)

by Stephane Frattini

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a flip book that shows different animals eyes. there is a flip that opens up and briefly discusses the animal, where they live, what they do
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  TUCC | Nov 4, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 140277981X, Hardcover)

Whose eyes flash like mirrors in the dark? What animal can see behind itself? The fun, eye-catching wildlife photography in Who's Looking at You? will keep kids guessing. Each page features a new close-up photo. Lift the flap to see the animal's identity and learn a bit more about it! Fascinating animal facts await...

 

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Each page contains a close-up picture of an animal's eye; lift the flap and discover what creature the eye belongs to and a few facts about that animal.

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