Where are Santa’s Pants? by Richard Merritt, is a seek-and-find activity book.
In the countdown to Christmas, Santa has been dieting and his pants keep falling off and now he lost them! On top of that, the reindeers started misbehaving and have gone missing.
Help him find them and join the worldwide search in 12 different busy places: at the beach, the department store, post office and ice rink. In e...
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Summer is over and Benito the bear cub needs a new cubbyhole. His old one is just too small and winter is coming fast. Benito searches high and low, far and wide for the perfect new home. Fox holes, rabbit burrows and ant holes will just not do. Benito needs a cubbyhole just right for a not-so-little bear. Then one day, Benito discovers his perfect cubbyhole by accident. It was right under his nose.
Splash into the underwater world of Aquamaze and puzzle your way through shipwrecks, the lost world of Atlantis and underwater caves. Dive into Rolf's underwater world and discover a sea of mazes, puzzles, spottos, conundrums, quizzes, teasers, stumpers and bafflers!
Children travel through time and space to experience some of the world's most famous journeys of discovery, invention, and exploration, reliving 12 extraordinary feats of endurance through exciting mazes, spotter games, and spot-the-difference puzzles. These puzzles highlight the heroic deeds of Hannibal, Leif Erikson, Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, Captain James Cook, The Montgolfiers, Lewis and Clark, ...
Get your hiking boots on and start trekking around the world using highly detailed, 3-D "bird's eye" maps. As you stumble across the snowy Antarctic, cruise your way across North America, and navigate the mountain ranges of Asia, you might find your path blocked by the most unexpected sights. In fact, the continents have become mazes! Make sure to take a hike in Antarctica, South America, North America, Wes...
When a grumbly Baby Bear refuses to give his father a goodnight kiss, their bedtime routine is transformed into a delightful game, as Daddy imagines all the different sorts of kisses that other animal babies give their dads.
"An Australian 123 of Animals" is a lavishly illustrated counting book by well-known Aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft. The book is both a delightful introduction to the numbers 1-20, and a unique exploration of Australian wildlife - some familiar, others more unusual - as seen through the eyes of an indigenous artist. It covers animals that include sugar gliders, emus, galahs, wallabies - and many more.
Bringing up Old Tom is hard work, so Angela is thrilled when she wins a luxury holiday - even though it means leaving Old Tom at home. Or so she thinks. Join Angela and Old Tom on their hilarious trip around the world.
A lavishly illustrated counting book by well-known Aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft. The book is both a delightful introduction to the numbers 1-20 and a unique exploration of Australian wildlife - some familiar, others more unusual. Animals include sugar gliders, emus, galahs, wallabies - and many more.
When twelve messy bunnies live under the same roof, the walls nearly burst with fun things to find and count. There are twelve chairs, twelve beds, twelve towels and twelve just about everything else! In the middle of all the muddle, Sophia searches for the one thing that will get the bunnies to bed on time.