Sticker Playbook Fire Engine
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Sticker Playbook Fire Engine is a double-sided play mat for toddlers, with a fantastic illustrated short story about a fire engine on a rescue mission, learning activities and 50 reusable vinyl stickers.

• Sticker activities are great for developing your child's hand-eye co-ordination.
• The illustrated story route is packed with charming details for you to talk about together.
• The playmat folds away to be stored easily.

Perfect for folding out on the floor, young children will enjoy playing and learning with Sticker Playbook Fire Engine, one of our most popular interactive toddler books.

On one side, a simple story accompanies an illustrated route that children can interact with using the stickers, which include hoses, ladders and cars. The play mat can be turned over for kids to complete the sticker activities, covering words, colours, shapes and numbers. Both long concertina pages feature wonderfully detailed illustrations by Simon Abbott for young children to explore. 

An extract from Sticker Playbook Fire Engine:
NEE NAA! NEE NAA! The sirens wail loudly. People stop to look as the fire engine zooms by. Children are having fun riding their bikes on the grass. They wave at the firefighters as they drive past.

Fun word, colour, shape and number activities for kids:
• Find the stickers of the objects and place them on their matching shapes. For example, 'The hose reel is a circle'.
• Match up the picture of things you might see at a fire station with the correct word sticker – words include uniform, alarm bell and telephone.
• How many buckets are there? Place the correct number on the circle.

Series: Sticker Playbook
Author: Amy Johnson
Illustrator: Simon Abbott
Panels: 4
Age: 3+
Size: 270 x 270 mm when folded
Format: Board, hard cover with foil, 2 vinyl sticker sheets
ISBN: 9781782090724

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