Using books to create play scenes...
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    That's a really good idea

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    Great idea thanks for the share

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    Love this, my trips to choose library books have been changed forever! No longer just about who's into what, find a numbers book and one that encourages movement, now also ones that work as backdrops!

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    What a fantastic idea and a great way to inspire the children.

 

 

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