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Jonah and the Whale

Sheldon Graham

Publisher: Sheldon Graham

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Who knew the bible could be this much fun. This Amazing rhyme version of the story Jonah and the Whale will keep you entertained for hours. Try to mesmerise the lines and show off your skills to your friends. This little nursery rhyme book contains seventeen full colour pictures to accompany each of the rhyming verses, and is a part of the collection of A Little Nursery Rhyme Books by author Sheldon Graham

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