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Pazienza Pizza - cover

Pazienza Pizza

Gabrielle Cinelli

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Group

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Summary

Anna is so excited to learn how to make her Nonna’s pizza this weekend! But as the hours and days pass, Anna begins to wonder if she will ever learn how to make pizza. Patience is a hard virtue to learn, but it might just make all the difference.

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