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A young girl gazes out over the horizon, and wonders what lands lie beyond the ocean, and what the people who live in those lands are like.
"A picture book that introduces the concept of numbers, and different ways that numbers are used in the world"-- |cProvided by publisher
Crocodile goes to the dentist, and both of them have to overcome their fears--not only of tooth extractions, but of each other.
When busy Santa selects the presents by peering through the windows of each house and guessing what animal lives there, the results are often unexpected. Features die-cut illustrations
Yumi and her grandmother really want to see each other, but when they both set out from their homes at the same time they keep missing each other.