Funny Fingers by Mark Shulman
Amazing Animals

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Children really get caught up in the action with this cool new series of board books. Kids stick their fingers through the holes and they become part of the picture. Add some tentacles to the octopus; give the walrus a pair of tusks; and show how the elephants got their trunks.
 

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by Mark Shulman and Hazlitt Krog, illustrated by Martha Newbigging
 
Published September 1, 2003 by Sterling. 14 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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The Funny Fingers board book series by Mark Shulman, illus. by Jenny Harris, features die-cut holes through the middle of each book, so that children's fingers can become part of the scenes. In Ama

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while in Super Sports a finger becomes the kicker's leg in ""football fun!"" and a club for a ""great golfer!"" In Wacky Weekend, kids' fingers through the double die-cut holes throughout become the legs of a trapeze artist, skateboarder and dancer.

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