Funny Fingers by Mark Shulman
Wacky Weekend

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Let your fingers do the walking--and dancing, and playing, and skating, and wagging. Children really get caught up in the action with this cool new series of board books. It's wonderfully simple: kids stick their fingers through the holes and they become part of the picture. Does the bug need antennae? Do mighty monkeys need some arms? Then that's what the fingers will be. Four great titles--some with two holes and others with one--offer lots of opportunity for fun. Every picture will light up kids' imaginations.

About Mark Shulman

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Published September 1, 2003 by Sterling. 14 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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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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