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  • Author(s) Pamela Zagarenski
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  • Published07011997
  • PublisherHoughton Mifflin Harcourt Trade
  • ISBN9780547617466
Part of the Good Beginnings series of full-color board books which will intrigue children and at the same time help them build vocabulary. The words have been selected for their age-appropriateness by the editors of the American Heritage(R) dictionaries. Pamela Cote's charming illustrations introduce toddlers and young children to a delightful family of animal characters and to the joy of the world of words. Where Can I Go? takes youngsters on a trip to eight places they are likely to visit, including the library, playground, and store.

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  • Author(s) Pamela Zagarenski
  • Edition
  • Published07011997
  • PublisherHoughton Mifflin Harcourt Trade
  • ISBN9780547617466
Part of the Good Beginnings series of full-color board books which will intrigue children and at the same time help them build vocabulary. The words have been selected for their age-appropriateness by the editors of the American Heritage(R) dictionaries. Pamela Cote's charming illustrations introduce toddlers and young children to a delightful family of animal characters and to the joy of the world of words. Where Can I Go? takes youngsters on a trip to eight places they are likely to visit, including the library, playground, and store.
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