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Tall Tall Tree (ebook)

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There’s a magical, wild world happening in the tallest of tall trees - a world teeming with life that very few people ever see! Come take a peek at the animals that make their home in a tall, tall redwood tree. Children will love the rhymes and count the critters from one to ten. Look out for the hidden animals, too! Lots of fun and lots of interesting science - including STEM activity suggestions.

Publisher: Dawn Publications
Product ID: DNP9781584696032
Grades: Grades K - 3
Level(s): Early Childhood, Primary
Pages: 32
File Size: 14.01 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Digital Book): 9781584696032
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781584696025




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