GDay Spot G'Day Spot

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Join Spot and Mum on a walk to the beach in this lift-the-flap adventure - with lots of Australian animals to find along the way!

Join Spot and Mum on a walk to the beach in this lift-the-flap adventure - with lots of Australian animals to find along the way!

It's a lovely sunny day, and Mum and Spot are walking to the beach for lunch with Dad. On the way, they meet lots of different animals - a kookaburra, a platypus, and even a kangaroo! But when they stop for a rest, Spot has disappeared! Where has he gone?

This new story is full of the unexpected surprises and gentle humour that makes the original Where's Spot? a children's classic. With interactive flaps to train fine motor skills, and an adventure that sparks curiosity and imagination, G'Day, Spot! is perfect for early learning and play.--from the publisher

18 pages                                9780241489543                     Ages 2-5

Keywords:  board book, lift the flap, dog, family, beach, animals, Australia, interactive, 2 year old, 3 year old, 4 year old, 5 year old

Editor's note:  Available in Australia

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Spot that loveable puppy is back in a new adventure.  This time he and his family are in Australia and it's time for a picnic.  But there is a bit of a walk to the beach and there are many things to discover on the way -a kookaburra, a platypus, and even a kangaroo! But when they stop for a rest, Spot has disappeared! Where has he gone?

Even though it is over 40 years since our littlest readers were gifted the fun of finding Spot (and are probably reading it to their own children) , the little dog remains a firm favourite and the fun of lifting the flaps to discover his adventures never wains. So to add in an Australian element and put it in a format that is the right size and sturdiness for little hands just adds to its appeal. With the stories have sold 65 million copies in over 60 languages, no child should grow up without meeting this loveable character.

Recommended by:  Barbara Braxton, Teacher Librarian, New South Wales  AUSTRALIA

See more of her recommendations:

500 Hats http://500hats.edublogs.org/

The Bottom Shelf http://thebottomshelf.edublogs.org/

Storybook Cushions http:// bit.ly/storybook_cushions

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