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A is for Ants In Fancy Pants

Barbara Fox

Publisher: Barbara Fox

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Summary

A fun, little book of simple four stanza rhymes using the alphabet starting with A is for ants and ending with Z is for zipper.  The cartoon characters for each letter make the rhymes easy to learn and repeat.  The book is a fun and simple way to both learn the alphabet and practice rhyming words.
Available since: 06/08/2019.

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