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This bumper activity book is based on the bestselling story The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. With 48 pages stuffed full of things to make, do, and colour in, games to play and puzzles to solve, plus over 200 resuable stickers, there's plenty to keep Gruffalo fans busy for hours. It's perfect for rainy days, holidays -- or any day at all! A compilation of favourite and brand new activities, including: colouring, games, spot the difference, recipies, deep dark wood decorations, a Gruffalo Snap card game, a monster-sized sticker scene -- and much more!
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Books like this are great fun for children and they also develop many key skills such as hand-eye coordination. They also encourage the child to enjoy the stories on which they are based and bring a new level of interest to an old favourite. Parents in Touch