I Ve Got Senses Senses Books For Kids

Author: Speedy Publishing LLC
Editor: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1682807150
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Help your child understand what his/her senses are with this easy-to-remember informative book. Deserving of a place in your mini-library, the book kicks off with a description of body parts before moving on to each sense. Absorption of information is made easy through a written description followed by a themed picture. Learning is made much more fun and effective with this colored book. Buy a copy today!
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Help your child understand what his/her senses are with this easy-to-remember informative book. Deserving of a place in your mini-library, the book kicks off with a description of body parts before moving on to each sense. Absorption of information is made easy through a written description followed by a themed
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