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Moochie The Soochie Visits the Peace People - cover

Moochie The Soochie Visits the Peace People

Quinton Crawford

Publisher: Quinton Crawford

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Summary

This book is about a fictional character that travels through human history to find people in times of peace. It is a double book, that also teaches kids greetings in over nine languages from around the world. 
 
This is a 2-story book: 
Story-1: Moochie travels to visit children on every continent to learn a little of their languages. 
Story-2: Moochie travels through human history to find people in times of peace.

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