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If I Had a Million Onions by Sheree Fitch
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If I Had a Million Onions

by Sheree Fitch

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If I Had a Million Onions is a treasure! Both the poems and the illustrations beautifully capture the spirit and exuberance of young children. One Blizzardous Nightstorm tells of the struggle to return a library book on time! Elsewhere, Ms Fitch’s poems Do Your Best Under the Circumstances and Let Us Play both convey a wonderful message for every parent and child. Outstanding.
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This exciting new collection by Sheree Fitch poetry will tickle the funny-bones of children and adults alike. Yayo's delightful illustrations perfectly match the whimsy of these capricious poems.
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An illustrated collection of twenty-five poems for children by Canadian author Sheree Fitch.

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