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Charlie and the Curious Club: Candy or Medicine?

by Erainna Winnett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615907768, Paperback)

Charlie is curious about everything. He and his best friend, Dillin, are part of the Curious Club. Their curiosity is peaked when Ms. Shirley and her pet parrot, Pierre, move in next door. When they see a colorful trinket filled with that they think is candy, the Curious Club discovers being curious is a good thing, but curiosity without caution can be dangerous.

Join Charlie, Dillin and Pierre as together they learn about the dangers of mistaking medicine for candy.

Grades K-2, Softcover, 32 pages

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