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Seasons of the Year: Almanac for Kids | Children's Books on Seasons Edition - cover

Seasons of the Year: Almanac for Kids | Children's Books on Seasons Edition

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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There are four seasons in one year. Can your child identify them all? This educational book uses a combination of pictures and texts to teach a child what to expect at every change of the season. The information presented here is very easy to absorb because of the simple format and the child-friendly organization of facts. Secure a copy now!

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