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All Seasons – Early Reader

By: Free Kids Books

 

 

Sample Text and Images From All Seasons:

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Total pages: 24

About the series:

Early readers are aimed at young children learning to read. This book has some more complicated words, but most can be guessed or sounded out. The majority of the words are simple and each page has a very short text.

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