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First 100 Animals - Book with Sensational & Learning Insightful about Animals - My First Animals Book with Great Ease to Read and Learn With Comfort & Ease - cover

First 100 Animals - Book with Sensational & Learning Insightful about Animals - My First Animals Book with Great Ease to Read and Learn With Comfort & Ease

Patrick N. Peerson

Publisher: Funny Learn Play

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Taking your fondness and passion for the animals to another level of greatness with our first 100 Animals Book so that you could sharpen your learning perspectives with ease. With my first animal books, we take pride in providing the most initial publishing regarding animals.• Features :• First 100 animals book is one of the first and foremost books of its own kind which comes with amazing learning stuff regarding the animals so that the knowledgebase of toddlers and even adults can be enhanced about animals.• 100 Animals books feature the most scintillating and optimal quality animal photographs for all the learners to have a look and distinguish between different kinds of animals without having to struggle by any means.• This animal first book enables the readers to learn and read about the animals with grace and it is utterly ideal for the babies to know about such animals which are neither seen by them before in their lives.• First 100 animals book is constructed from the tough board which does not only feature hours & hours of amazing reading where the cover of the book is elegantly padded for soft skin of the kids.• In 100 Animals books have categorized and classified categories so that each animal can be separated right according to the difference of classification to prevail better sense with many flips that reveal photographs hidden beneath.Patrick N. PeersonFunny Learn Play Team

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