Joy to the World! Board book
A Christmas Counting Book
by Jesslyn De Boer and Michael A. VanderKlipp;
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Children love Christmas and love learning to count! Make both even more exciting with this fun countdown rhyme board book, with peek-through windows to gaze through at the next bright Christmas scene. Recommended 4 and under.
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Joy to the World!
Full Product Description
- Want a fun, interactive Christmas book for kids?
- The peek-through windows and bright pictures make book ideal for toddlers
- Bright and joyful, this is the perfect way to share Christmas joy
Children love Christmas and love learning to count! Make both even more exciting with this fun rhyme and bright scenes from the Christmas story.
Strong full page images are easy for the very youngest to understand and large enough for grown ups to point out the details of the pictures. The single line of text on each page allows grown ups to help the very earliest readers to tell the story for themselves.
Joy to the World! by Jesslyn De Boer and Michael A. VanderKlipp was published by Lion Hudson in September 2002 and is our 67th best seller. The ISBN for Joy to the World! is 9781859854525.
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|Author / Artist||Jesslyn De Boer and Michael A. VanderKlipp|
|Book Format||Board Book (miniature book)|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (September 2002)|
|Recommended for Ages||up to 4 years|
|Number of Pages||12|
|Page last updated||26th October 2017|