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    Treehouse Children's Books Ltd (November 11, 2002)
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Are You There,Bunny? book. Richard Powell, Karen Jones (Illustrator). Are You There, Bunny? (Peekapops). 1855763419 (ISBN13: 9781855763418).

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The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

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Are you sure you want to remove Are You There, Bunny? (Peekapops) from your list? Are You There, Bunny? (Peekapops). Published November 11, 2002 by Treehouse Children's Books Ltd.

Powell, Richard; Jones, Karen, 1963 . Push, pull, flip open or pop-out moving parts within each picture help mouse find his friend, bunny rabbit.

Powell, Richard; Jones, Karen, 1963-. no page number in the book.

Powell, Richard; Jones, Karen. Published by Treehouse Children's Books Ltd (2002).

ISBN 10: 1855763389 ISBN 13: 9781855763388. Publisher: Treehouse Children's Books, 2002. Powell, Richard; Jones, Karen. ISBN 10: 1855763389 ISBN 13: 9781855763388.

Karen Jones is a supporting character featured in Red Dead Redemption 2. A scam artist with a love for the outlaw lifestyle, Karen became a member of the Van der Linde gang sometime prior to 1899. At some point between 1895 and 1897, she helped Arthur and Javier rob a bank in Tucson, Arizona by dressing up as a Nun and hiding firearms under her clothes. Karen, along with Tilly and Mary-Beth, accompany Arthur and Uncle to Valentine.

The very youngest reader can join in the action with these tough, easy-to-operate interactive books. Push, pull, flip open or pop-out the moving parts within each picture to help the mouse find the rabbit but be ready for some surprises along the way!

These little board books by Richard Powell are quite the treasures! These were my some of my son's favorites as a little guy and we had to buy second copies because he loved them to death. (They held up well... he just REALLY loved them!)
I ordered two books. I knew the books were used, so I wasn't expecting them to be in top condition, but descriptions said they would not be torn or ripped. First book was fine and I was pleased with it. The second book, "ARe You There Bunny?" was torn on the last page so you couldn't see most of the picture (it was a board book for kids).
This is the first book my one year old boy responded to. We have three of these books, and he likes them all, but this one is his favorite. He brings this book to us to read at least twice a day and doesn't seem to tire of seeing the bunny pop up at the end. It has chunky pages, so he can turn them himself, and the pop ups are rugged enough that he can manipulate them without destroying the book. This is especially good for Sean, who likes to do things himself. I highly recommend this book!!
We received a set of three of these for my son when he was one and a half. They are marvelous! The pages are very sturdy and the tabs are easy to slide, even for little hands. I kept one of these books in my diaper bag at all times to keep my son occupied when I was at the grocery store or at a restaurant. These books are a great idea for any toddler!