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Moving House (Usborne First Experiences)

by Anne Civardi

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Describes the process of moving to a new home, as the Sparks' family packs, moves, unpacks, and meets their new neighbors.

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In Moving House, they introduce young children to unfamiliar situations in an amusing and friendly way. They explain the time consuming struggle of packing and unpacking. This is really good for children who are scared to move away and don't want to leave all things familiar to them.

Pierce Country Library (3-5)
  Alexandria1013 | Jun 2, 2016 |
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