Nee Nah! Nee Nah! To the Rescue

Press the tabs, hear the sounds

Nee Nah! Nee Nah! To the Rescue
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Format: Board book, 12 Pages
ISBN: 9781784937423
Publisher: QED Publishing
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Description

Press the tabs and hear the sounds of the city with this bright colourful board book about firefighting. Press the tabs and listen to the sounds of different firefighting vehicles and see if you can match them with the pictures on the final page. The perfect first book for learning about words and sounds!
 

The author

Carles Ballesteros was born in Badalona, near Barcelona, in 1977. He now lives in Santiago de Chile and has lived there since 2011, where he teaches illustration classes at the local University and works as an illustrator for various publishers.Carles uses a mixture of traditional drawing skills with digital techniques to create his work.

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Specs

Format: Board book, 12 Pages
ISBN: 9781784937423
Size: 7.087 in x 6.496 in / 180 mm x 165 mm
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