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I Love to Share Jag älskar att dela med mig - English Swedish Bilingual Collection - cover

I Love to Share Jag älskar att dela med mig - English Swedish Bilingual Collection

Shelley Admont, KidKiddos Books

Publisher: KidKiddos Books Ltd.

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English Swedish bilingual children's book. Perfect for kids studying English or Swedish as their second language.  Jimmy and his bunny brothers love to play, and today is Jimmy's birthday, so he has lots of toys. However, he doesn't always want to share, and because of that, he may miss out on having fun. Let's find out what it means to share, and why it makes us feel better!

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