Dog and girl hide and seek
Peek!: A Thai Hide-And-Seek by Minfong HoPapa calls on all the creatures of the jungle to help find his baby in this tender, noisy, and gloriously illustrated game of hide-and-seek.
Jut-Ay, Baby, peek-a-boo,
Want to play? Where are you?
Baby knows that Jut-Ay means morning has come, and its time to play. But where is Baby hiding? Eechy-eechy-egg! crows the red-tailed rooster. Is Baby near? Hru-hruu! Hru-hruu! whines the puppy dog. Is Baby crouching there? Jiak-jiak! Jiak-jiak! screeches a monkey in the banyan tree. Is Baby swinging there? Hornbill and snake, elephant and tiger — who can finally lead Papa to Babys hiding place?
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Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Dogs sometimes need to hide from their owners, especially when they've chewed on something their master values. Unlike ninja cats , however, they often fail at playing hide-and-seek, which provides their owners with cute and hilarious photo-ops.
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