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Who's at the Door? (Cambridge Studies in…
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Who's at the Door? (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought)

by Tim Booth

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0525461582, Hardcover)

"Knock! Knock! Who's at the door?" By opening the big, red door on each spread, preschoolers can see adorable children ready for fun. And they can count from one to ten as they greet them. With every new guest comes a different playtime opportunity—two friends can play ball, three friends can share stories, four friends can dance, and so on. Readers will love the peek-a-boo surprises, especially the book's pop-up finale—ten friends can have a party!

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