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Its a Hippos World: Hippopotamus Fun Facts For Kids - Hippo Books for Children - Big Mammals - cover

Its a Hippos World: Hippopotamus Fun Facts For Kids - Hippo Books for Children - Big Mammals

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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Summary

These gentle giants are ready to play with you, kids! Learn about them and all the cute things they do in this highly educational book. Complete with pictures and stories to tell, this book is designed to appeal to kids and kids-at-heart. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn with the hippos! Grab a copy today!

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