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Hickory Dickory Dock And More! - cover

Hickory Dickory Dock And More!

Susan DeSantis

Publisher: Twin Sisters IP, LLC

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Children will love the classic nursery rhyme – featuring Hickory Dickory Dock and counting from 1 to 5 – in this colorfully illustrated book!

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