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Baby Elephant

Yu-Hsuan Huang

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

Babies and toddlers will delight in this little elephant’s busy day . . .   Meet Baby Elephant! How does Baby Elephant greet her family? How does she cool down on a hot day? Follow along as she experiences her world, from playtime to bedtime.   Warm, colorful illustrations plus a comforting story about the rhythms of a baby elephant’s day make this perfect for the very youngest readers.
Available since: 08/02/2016.
Print length: 12 pages.

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