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Little Big Nate - Draws A Blank

Lincoln Peirce

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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When Little Big Nate gets a new pack of crayons, his illustrations really come to life! In this delightful board book, Little Big Nate's imagination and love of drawing will inspire even the youngest readers to express themselves through artwork.

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