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The Adventures of Andy Ant - The Swimming Hole Disaster - cover

The Adventures of Andy Ant - The Swimming Hole Disaster

Gerald D. O'Nan

Publisher: Morgan James Kids

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Summary

In this beautifully illustrated children’s book, a boy and his adventurous ant friend learn the value of listening to their moms and dads. 
 
Andy Ant, a little ant with big ideas, and his human friend, Joey, will delight your children with their exciting adventures. In The Swimming Hole Disaster, Andy and Joey learn the importance of following directions and obeying their parents. Both Joey’s mom and Andy’s dad gave them specific instructions meant to keep them safe. Will Andy Ant go down the street drain and be lost forever because he and Joey did not obey? 
 
The imaginative stories in the fun and colorful Adventures of Andy Ant series by Gerald D. O’Nan will both entertain your children and help them learn valuable life lessons.

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