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My Fuzzy Safari Babies: A Book to Touch & Feel

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Welcome to the wild! There are many soft, fuzzy baby animals waiting to meet you. Each safari animal feels different. Turn the pages and pet, tickle, and touch each adorable one!
Board book, 12 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Little Simon
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Meg McGregor
Little ones will love being able to see and touch animals of the wild including a tiger cub, baby chimpanzee, baby giraffe, baby zebra, and panda cub.

A great interactive book for even the littlest ones to look at and explore!
elissa
Another cute "touch and feel" book that my younger son really liked. This one has noises and actions as part of the "story".
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“Whenever I picture myself [as a child],” says Tad Hills, “I am doing art. I spent a lot of time on my own making things, drawing, and painting.” Hills was not consciously trying to become an artist, rather his motives were innocent and pure. “I liked making things,” he says.

As a graduate of Skidmore College in New York with a degree in art, Hills describes himself as the ultimate freelancer. He’s
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