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Indestructibles: Baby, Let's Eat! Book
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Indestructibles: Baby, Let's Eat!

Written by Amy Pixton and illustrated by Stephan Lomp

Published by Workman Publishing Company

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Books babies can really sink their gums into!

INDESTRUCTIBLES are built for the way babies "read": with their hands and mouths. INDESTRUCTIBLES won't rip or tear and are 100% washable. They're made for baby to hold, grab, chew, pull, and bend.

What green vegetable looks like a tree? Broccoli!
Can you find a fruit that's small and yellow? Lemon!
Can you pick out two berries so red and sweet? Raspberry and strawberry!

Explore a rainbow of delicious foods in a book that's INDESTRUCTIBLE.

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  • Age Range: 0-2
  • Pages: 12
  • Book Type: board
  • Publication Date: April 3, 2018
  • ISBN: 152350207X
  • ISBN 13: 978-1523502073
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