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It's a Beautiful Day! - cover

It's a Beautiful Day!

Emily June Ellis

Publisher: Emily June Ellis

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Summary

"It's a Beautiful Day" will inspire your little one to venture outdoors and become one with Mother Nature! It's truly an inspiring book to teach our children to be grateful and excited about the beautiful day ahead! The Tiny Seekers Series are geared to educate future generations the invaluable lessons that are found in the process of seasons, growth, nature's elements and the importance of looking within themselves to find true happiness. The goal is to push their imaginations, unravel their untraveled creative powers, and to inspire fanciful vision to all the tiny seekers out there! From ages 1 to 101! 

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