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Dogs Love to Ride

Olga Ivanov, Aleksey Ivanov

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

A ride through adorable illustrations and rhymes: You’ll meet all kinds of different dogs who love to go for rides in all kinds of different vehicles. There’s the K9 dog and the sports car pup. Guess which dog likes to ride in a really small car, and which dog doesn’t mind getting muddy. And don’t forget about the Dalmatians in the fire truck!  
Available since: 03/16/2021.

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