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Children’s Stories 1-7
In Search of Something Green
Timely Umit Upturns Tim
Happy Cat and Merry Cat
Watchful Wishful Whirling Wanda’s Whale Pleas
Abbey’s Dental Jewel
Mindful Max’s Farming-Focus Finger-Frames
Mini Mighty Merry Molly
Children’s Stories 8-14
Red and Blue Yarn and the Nest at the Barn
Sallie and Sheba
Christmas Winds Grant a Wish
The Little Dot
Casey and Dash
The Stars and Magic That Made Us
The Corporate Family
The Executive Gardener and the Fairy
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The average adult laughs only 15 times a day while children laugh on average 400 times per day.
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