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When Handa, who lives in a Kenyan village, sets out to visit her friend in the next village with a basketful of tropical fruits on her head, the animals she passes on the way take advantage of the opportunity.
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SKU: 9780763608637
ISBN: 9780763608637
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Age Group5 - 6
CategoryStory
LanguageEnglish
AuthorBy: Eileen Browne, Candlewick Books (Created by)
PublisherCANDLEWICK BOOKS
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Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
Age Group5 - 6
CategoryStory
LanguageEnglish
AuthorBy: Eileen Browne, Candlewick Books (Created by)
PublisherCANDLEWICK BOOKS
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