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Someday We'll Understand by Lynn Tyner

Someday We'll Understand

by Lynn Tyner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974519111, Hardcover)

This book and CD are filled with questions and answers about animals. This is a story about children and their endless search to understand why things are the way they are. It is the mysteries and unknowns in life that challenge us to explore our environment and seek answers to the unanswered questions. Children explore, question, and wonder, and by doing so, learn. This book contains an interactive CD ROM. It can be used two ways. First, you can put the disc in your CD player and it will play the song "Someday We'll Understand" which was written and recorded by James Rogers and the story will be read to you aloud. Second, you can put the disc in your computer, look at the pictures, and interact with the book while the story is being read to you aloud or you can listen to the song.

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