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Cheap On the Farm: A Push, Pull, Slide Book - Only £2.99!
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Cheap On the Farm: A Push, Pull, Slide Book - Only £2.99!

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Little ones can join in the fun On the Farm by pulling out the sliders, moving the animals and making all the different noises! Quack along with the ducks, moo with the cows and neigh with the horses.

Young children will love playing with this bright and colourful board book with gentle rhyming text and beautifully illustrated by the award-winning Axel Scheffler. On the Farm has been endorsed and recommended by Dr Amanda Gummer's Good Toy Guide.

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Bcm
Bcm2 weeks ago

Great price . My grandkids would love this book . Thank you

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19782 weeks ago

Bcm thank you. We have these for my 1 year old and he loves them. Slightly older kids still enjoy them too.

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Lola888882 weeks ago

Thank you for sharing, have a few books like this by Axel Scheffler and know they're good quality so ordered!

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