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Get Off of My Cloud

Nick Wigram

Publisher: Harry the Cloud

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Summary

Anne-Marie is on Cloud 9
 
Fred is Under a Cloud
 
The Penguins, Fred and Anne-Marie, are back to present a collection of cloud and weather sayings, verse, facts and folklore.

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