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Can You Say It, Too? Arf! Arf! by Nosy Crow
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Can You Say It, Too? Arf! Arf!

by Nosy Crow, Sebastien Braun, Sebastien Braun

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763678945, Board book)

Five lavishly illustrated spreads, big, recessed flaps, and a host of animals to spot, name, and mimic combine in these delightful little board books for the very young.

Five lavishly illustrated spreads, big, recessed flaps, and a host of animals to spot, name, and mimic combine in these delightful little board books for the very young.

(retrieved from Amazon Wed, 22 Jul 2015 12:45:03 -0400)

Invites young readers to discover what ocean animals are hidden beneath flaps and imitate their sounds, including those made by seals, dolphins, and crabs.

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