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My First Christmas Words (Picture Book) - cover

My First Christmas Words (Picture Book)

S.A Evergreen

Publisher: S.A Evergreen

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'My First Christmas Words' introduces the little one's to Christmas.

	Each page has a picture with its accompanied word.

	A bright and colorful picture book which aims to help toddlers to learn about Christmas. 

	Happy reading.

	 

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