At a Glance
A charming story of a girl awaiting a special arrival, what could it be?
Features and benefits for Knock Knock Open The Door Book
- A lovely rhyming story
- Fun illustrations
- Suitable for children over 36 months
Mum and Dad promised to bring home a special person, but where are they? Where can they be?
There are lots of knocks on the door as animal friends call over but none of them are what this little toddler had in mind. She's waiting for someone cuddly like her friend the polar bear, bouncy like the kangaroo, and noisy like the dinosaur.
This adorable and humourous rhyming story is filled with colourful and beautiful illustrations. Featuring large flaps to lift, young children will love to discover what is underneath.
Check out our range of coordinating wrapping paper and greetings cards, which are great for presenting your gift in.
smaller items may be delivered via Royal Mail.
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