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Push, pull and slide the tabs as you enjoy Busy Storytime ! Pick a book to read, act it out and sail away on an adventure, then share the story with your friends. A perfect introduction to the joy of reading for little ones.

Children will love playing with this bright and colourful board book with gentle rhyming text and wonderful illustrations by Jean Claude, which is part of the popular Busy Book series. A perfect gift to celebrate World Book Day!

Discover more of the Busy Book series with titles such as Busy Bookshop , Busy Baking, Busy Friends and Busy Airport.

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About Campbell Books

Samantha Meredith graduated from Loughborough University in 2001 with a BA (Hons) in illustration. She works from home in North London, mostly designing and illustrating children's books, but occasionally working on greeting cards, gift wrap, craft projects and toy packaging. She has been widely published by clients including Egmont, Parragon, Scholastic, Ca

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About Jean Claude

Jean Claude is a self-taught illustrator who lives and works in New York. Jean's most at home with his drawing table and a cup of strong coffee, but also enjoys long walks with his dog, preparing elaborate meals and visiting the zoo for artistic inspiration.

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