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A Cup Of Starshine: Poems And Pictures For Young Children

Rp 85,000.00

Jill Bennett’s lively collection gives young children their first delicious taste of poetry. Verses about a child’s early experiences–eating, dressing, playing–offer new ways of experimenting with sound and seeing the world. Full color throughout.

All Aboard the Pirate Ship!

Rp 58,000.00

The pirates of Skullabones Island are having a very busy day. Follow Captain Cutlass and his crew as they work aboard different parts of the ship by reading the informative text and peeking under all the flaps on every page.

Ben Hawkes : London ABC

Rp 75,000.00

Beyond ABC: Story Phonics – Making Letters Come to Life! (Letterland)

Rp 75,000.00

This sequel to the ‘ABC’ book introduces 21 popular spelling patterns in full-colour scenes. Bright illustrations and super stories make this book essential for children who are already familiar with the a-z letters and sounds.

David Glover : The Cavern of Clues

Rp 58,000.00

Deadly Doodle Book: Book 2

Rp 58,000.00

Become part of Steve Backshall’s world by drawing your own DEADLY doodles. This 24-page doodle book featuring creative and interactive content from DEADLY ART is an absolute must-have for all DEADLY fans.

Decorative Painting

Rp 60,000.00

A fun-filled book packed with bright, colourful ideas and instructions for nine original projects.

Disney Sofia the First Princess Colouring

Rp 58,000.00

Floppy’s Fun Phonics (Oxford Reading Tree, Level 1)

Rp 58,000.00

‘Read with Biff, Chip and Kipper’ is designed to help children learn to read. Created by reading experts and based on current teaching practice, the lively stories, humorous illustrations and clear progression will ensure your child succeeds.

Grid Blyton : Noddy’s Busy Day

Rp 75,000.00

Harry And The Dinosaurs Go To School

Rp 60,000.00

It’s the first day of school! Harry is nervous because he isn’t sure what to expect. Triceratops is even more nervous, especially when Harry must leave the dinosaurs in the coatroom. But soon Harry sees another boy who is the most nervous of all. He clings to his toy bulldozer and won’t talk to anyone in the class. Harry wonders what he can do. Perhaps the new boy will talk to dinosaurs. . . .