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Covered in Adventures

Author: Hibbs, Gillian
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 32
Pub Date: 11/11/2021
Publisher: UNKNOWN
ISBN: 9781786283474
Availability: In Stock
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Quick overview Sasha's dads want to buy her a new sweater, because her old one is such a disgrace. The trouble is, all the stains, rips, stretches, and wrinkles remind Sasha of the exciting adventures and fun she's shared with her friends and family. One by one, Sasha recalls the wonderful times she's had in her sweater, and lists the marks they've left.
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Sasha's dads want to buy her a new sweater, because her old one is such a disgrace. The trouble is, all the stains, rips, stretches, and wrinkles remind Sasha of the exciting adventures and fun she's shared with her friends and family. Will she remember them once the sweater's gone? One by one, Sasha recalls the wonderful times she's had in her sweater, and lists the marks they've left. How will she keep her dads happy and make sure the adventures keep happening?

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