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I Can Do Anything! - cover

I Can Do Anything!

Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media™

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Summary

“I Can Do Anything! is a wonderful way to teach young children social-emotional skills that will help them develop self-confidence through working hard, trying new things, dreaming big, practicing difficult tasks, understanding feelings, learning from others, and more! Adorable art sweetly illustrates important life skills. Each book in this delightful series is perfect for home, childcare settings, and schools.
Available since: 03/28/2021.

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