By Sally Grindley
Ten colorfully illustrated tales that includes Alice, her brother Sam, their mom and dad, and their puppy and cat motivate young ones to begin examining all alone, helped via the accompanying note and imagine dictionary highlighting seventy-two key terms utilized in the tales.
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A Day With Alice and Sam (A Kingfisher Ready-to-Read) by Sally Grindley