Series: Silly Dilly Songs

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Mosquitoes Are Ruining My Summer!: And Other Silly Dilly Camp Songs by Alan Katz
On Top of the Potty: And Other Get-Up-and-Go Songs by Alan Katz
Smelly Locker: Silly Dilly School Songs by Alan Katz
Take Me Out of the Bathtub and Other Silly Dilly Songs by Alan Katz1
Too Much Kissing!: And Other Silly Dilly Songs About Parents by Alan Katz
Where Did They Hide My Presents?: Silly Dilly Christmas Songs by Alan Katz
I'm Still Here in the Bathtub: Brand New Silly Dilly Songs by Alan Katz2
Going, Going, Gone!: And Other Silly Dilly Sports Songs by Alan Katz3
Are You Quite Polite ? Silly Dilly Manners Songs by Margaret K. McElderry4
Are You Quite Polite?: Silly Dilly Manners Songs by Alan Katz4

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