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Price: $5.64Price: $7.68
Author: Dr. SeussAuthor: Dr. Seuss

"This interactive book with foil, feathers, flaps, and more cheers babies and toddlers on--Seuss-style--as they engage in new daily adventures"--P. of cover.
Oh, Baby Go, Baby by Dr. Seuss is a brilliant children's book. The author is Dr. Seuss and it was published by Random House Books for Young Readers. The became available sometime in 2010. The hardcover book talks about Infants and it is thought of as awesome juvenile fiction. This is the 1st Dr. Seuss nursery collection ed. is 14 pages long and it includes loads of colorfully illustrated pictures. This is an abridged edition of a work originally published in hardcover by Random House Childrens Books in 1990, add to cart by clicking the weblink below.

I'd like to share with you this great child's book entitled Scrambled Eggs Super. Written by Dr. Seuss and it was published sometime in 1953 by Random House Books for Young Readers. The child's book has 64 pages.

Manufacturer: Random House Books for Young ReadersManufacturer: Random House Books for Young Readers
Part Number:9780375857386Part Number:9780394800851
MPN: 9780375857386MPN: 9780394800851
EAN: 9780375857386EAN: 9780394800851
Release Date: 2010-01-12Release Date: 1953-03-12
Publication Date: 2010-01-12Publication Date: 1953-03-12
Binding: HardcoverBinding: Hardcover
Pages: 14Pages: 64
Height: 7.23"Height: 11.29"
Length: 7.38"Length: 8.33"
Width: 0.73"Width: 0.43"
Weight: 0.48 lbs.Weight: 0.83 lbs.
Package Height: 0.9"Package Height: 0.4"
Package Length: 7.3"Package Length: 11.1"
Package Width: 7.1"Package Width: 8.1"
Package Weight: 0.45 lbs.Package Weight: 0.8 lbs.
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