By Pat Thomson, J. Alborough
Share-a-story books were devised through Pat Thomson for adults who are looking to inspire youngsters to learn, yet have trouble find appropriate tales. This tale is a comic book discussion for dad or mum and baby to learn aloud. Ask grandad a few journey to the zoo and he will inform you what it's possible you'll locate there: colossal cats in hats, flying carrots, a undergo or short of a shave, or even an incredible aunt-eater!
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