Big Nose, Small Nose by Steve Augarde
(Silly Monsters)

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Turn the wheels and lift the flaps for learning fun with Silly Monster!

Young children are sure to enjoy these unique lift-the-flap and turn-the-wheel board books that feature four different topics essential to early learning: numbers, colors, opposites, and shapes. Colorfully engaging illustrations pose questions about familiar objects in a youngster’s life. By turning the wheel and lifting the flaps, young learners will discover the right answers and giggle and the wrong ones.

In Big Nose, Small Nose, young children learn about opposites by comparing various animals. Turn the wheel to find the lizard’s nose and lift the flaps to show the rabbit’s tail.

About Steve Augarde

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Steve Augarde is an illustrator, musician, amateur mechanic, and a genuinely original paper engineer. His illustration work includes thirty children's books, as well as advertising, comic strip, and animation drawings for the BBC.
Published March 29, 2001 by Mathew Price Ltd. 10 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Big Nose, Small Nose hilariously teaches opposites as the rotating wheel swaps noses and tails for different animals: ""The dinosaur's tail is heavy, but the rabbit's tail is"" (The answer, ""light,"" hides behind a flap.) Hello, Moon and One Paper Hat teach shapes and numbers, respectively.

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