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Bow Meow Wow – Wordless Picture Book

bow meow wowBow Meow Wow a fun and action packed wordless picture book from Pratham Books.  Perfect for pet lovers, here we see cat and dog chasing each other while ending up covered in paint, but the result might not be better than expected.

This is a Level 1 picture book perfect for very young children. The only words in this book are the animal sounds, so it is quite fun for children to verbalise.

This book is licensed under creative commons.

Author: Priya Kuriyan
Illustrator: Priya Kuriyan

Sample Images from Bow Meow Wow

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