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Rainbow Rob (Touch and Feel Picture Books)…

Rainbow Rob (Touch and Feel Picture Books)

by Roger Priddy

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my daughter loveds this book i thik you could do so much with this book colors and animals. ( )
  kania | Jul 28, 2011 |
Priddy make some of the best first books for infants and this is one of our favourites. At a few weeks old my daughter was fascinated by the bold illustrations and six months later she loves to touch the different textures on each page. Her big boy cousin (aged 2) still loves the amusing rhyming story. ( )
  ingaleonard | Jun 12, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312497911, Board book)

A heart-warming tale of a penguin who learns to love being himself.

• Fun, whimsical story and characters

• Features fun text to read and listen to

• Bright, cartoon-like artwork

• Touch and feel fabrics integrated into artwork on each page

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A penguin named Rob gets bored with being plain black and white, and imagines what he'd look like in the colors of different animals.

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