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Little Prudy's Sister Susy (Musaicum Children's Classics) - cover

Little Prudy's Sister Susy (Musaicum Children's Classics)

Sophie May

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

Little Prudy's Sister Susy is a tale of Susy Parlin, the oldest of the three little Parlin girls, and completely different from a young and reckless Prudy, who always gets in trouble. Behind the scenes of Prudy's adventures hides a charming little tale of Susy's experiences during Christmas and New Year holidays.

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