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Irku’s First Day Of School – A wordless book

Irku's First Day Of School, wordless bookIrku’s First Day Of School follows through all the activities of a day at school and Irku’s excitement at the new experiences. The book is a wordless book for children to create there own words to the pictures.

 

 

 

 

Sample images from Irku’s First Day of School

Irku's First Day Of School, wordless book

Irku's First Day Of School, wordless book

Irku's First Day Of School, wordless book

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