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The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear Big Book

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Will little mouse be able to save his red ripe strawberry? This classic picture book is a fun tale of one mouse?s att...
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The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear Big Book

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425244
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Will little mouse be able to save his red ripe strawberry? This classic picture book is a fun tale of one mouse?s attempts to stop the big hungry bear from eating his strawberry. Brilliant illustrations and simple text combine to create a fun tale that will delight children and teach lessons about sharing. Will little mouse be able to save his red ripe strawberry? This classic picture book is a fun tale of one mouse?s attempts to stop the big hungry bear from eating his strawberry.32 pages. Paperback. Measures 43.5 H x 43.5cm W.
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Age Group Toddler
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 2yrs+
Book # Pages 32
Height 43.5 cm
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