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How Far Will It Bounce? - How High Will It Fly? #2 - cover

How Far Will It Bounce? - How High Will It Fly? #2

DC Swain

Publisher: Cambridge Town Press

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Take a trip of fun and adventure with this little blue ball as it goes down the front steps, out the gate and into the big wide world.  
 
With vivid illustrations and a fun, sing-song rhythm, your children are sure to love this journey. 
 
Recommended for children aged 2 - 5

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