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Big Things Little Things Skinny Things Wide Things | A Size & Shape Book for Kids

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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This Size Book for Kids is ideal for your babies and toddlers who are only beginning to recognize different sizes. Illustrations here range from big to small and skinny to wide, with variations in designs and color to make them attractive to the little ones. You can have a copy of this book today.

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