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What Time Is It Peter Rabbit?

by Beatrix Potter

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Interactive children's book, which encourages young children to learn how to tell the time, using Beatrice Potter's characters and reproductions of her wonderful illustrations. An easy to use board book, sturdily made for repeated use. ( )
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A simple, easy-to-read clock face is built into this large, sturdy board book, and is visible through a circular cutout from whichever page you open. Original Beatrix Potter illustrations adorn the pages, and each has a different question-and-answer related to telling time. ("What time is it? It's 2 o'clock. Move the little hand to the 2 and the big hand to the 12. At two o'clock, Pigling Bland and Alexander are going to market.") Other characters include that old scoundrel Peter himself, Mrs. Tiggy-winkle, Hunca-Munca, and Mr. Jeremy Fisher. The clock has large black numbers from 1 to 12 and easily positioned black plastic hour and minute hands. A final page tests new time-telling skills with a further series of illustrated questions. (Ages 3 to 5) --Richard Farr

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A big clock face shows how to tell what time it is, as Peter Rabbit and his friends spend a busy day from breakfast to bedtime.

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