By Charles Reasoner
Brimming with shiny shades and playful illustrations, photos and textual content, this e-book is the proper first e-book for little palms and little minds.
This is a bilingual version in Spanish and English.
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¡Colores! Colors! (Little Birdie Board Books) by Charles Reasoner