Who Am I? Board Book
With clever die-cuts and large tabs, Who Am I? challenges young readers to guess the silhouette. Each page nests a sturdy, pull-out tab that creates a silhouette when in place, but with a pull ofthe tab, the colourful artwork magically appears. Board book. 12 pages....    
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