Youngsters who like motorized vehicles can expect loads of fun with this big activity book. All they have to do is connect the numbered dots in each large, full-page illustration to create simple models of a dump truck, fire engine, police car, ambulance, dune buggy, school bus, and 24 other cars and... read more
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Youngsters who like motorized vehicles can expect loads of fun with this big activity book. All they have to do is connect the numbered dots in each large, full-page illustration to create simple models of a dump truck, fire engine, police car, ambulance, dune buggy, school bus, and 24 other cars and trucks — all of which can be colored for added entertainment.
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