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How About You – fun rhyme for young children

How About You

Another great creative commons book brought to you by Bookdash.

Illustrated by Renate van Rensburg
Written by Margot Bertelsmann
Designed by Ronèll Botes

 

Excerpt: 

 

Who

are

you?

 

 

 

<End of excerpt>

About the creators

Bookdash is a non-profit, driven by the donation of time from talented volunteers. Their aim is to provide good quality books free into the creative commons arena so all children have access to literacy resources. Books are free to be used, shared, modified and published in any way, provided attribution is given and the same license is used.

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About Book Dash

Bookdash is a non-profit, driven by the donation of time from talented volunteers. Their aim is to provide good quality books free into the creative commons arena so all children have access to literacy resources. Books are free to be used, shared, modified and published in any way, provided attribution is given and the same license is used.

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