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ISBN:1402744781
Author: Fiona Hayes
ISBN13: 978-1402744785
Title: What's Up With Trinny? (Early Learning Storybooks)
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Language: English
Publisher: Sterling (March 1, 2007)
Pages: 10

What's Up With Trinny? (Early Learning Storybooks) by Fiona Hayes



No current Talk conversations about this book. Library descriptions. Trinny Dinosaur is behaving strangely. Pull the flaps to discover why and to reveal a new addition to her family.

April 28, 2011 History. What's Up With Trinny? (Early Learning Storybooks) Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove What's Up With Trinny? (Early Learning Storybooks) from your list? What's Up With Trinny? (Early Learning Storybooks). Published March 1, 2007 by Sterling. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

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What kind of relationship does Cinderella have with her stepmother? Talk about the storyline: this story is just about how Cinderella gets to the ball, can your child tell you more about the story? Why does Cinderella live with her stepmother? Why is she dressed poorly? What’s so great about going to a ball? And what happens after she arrives and when the clock strikes midnight? Free printable here. It will go straight to your downloads folder. I hope your child enjoys this reader and word book.

Trinny the dinosaur has a secret. Lift the flap, open the gatefold wide, and…Look, she’s laid an egg! Soon it will crack, a baby will hatch, and fun-loving Little Dino will play and hide on every page of the book—making friends, going sliding down a twisty dinosaur tail, having a small bite, and taking a nap in a quiet place. With its combination of the world’s most beloved prehistoric creatures, visual surprises, and sleepytime ending, this interactive tale makes a great good-night story.