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My Day

Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand

Publisher: Twin Sisters Digital Media

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Summary

Baby’s First Learning Book is the perfect way to introduce everyday objects. Black and white art and bursts of color will capture baby’s attention with large, simple pictures that encourage learning. Pictures include: baby, bib, toy, duck, bottle, bath, socks, and of course, book!  Other books in the Baby’s First Learning Book series include:  "Spash" goes the Hippo, Let’s Play, and "Ruff" says the Dog!
Available since: 03/02/2017.

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