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To See the Sea

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5 out of 5
Based on 4 Ratings and 4 Reviews

Book Description

Filled with vibrant illustrations, this energetic picture book tells the story of a group of reptiles- the Gekkards- and their extraordinary journey to the sea. Delighted after receiving a postcard from the ocean shore, the Gekkards discover the sender's name is missing. Eager to solve the mystery, they set off for the sea, meeting an exuberant crocod... More

Book Information
PublisherGekkards, Inc.
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages36
Publication Date10/19/2009
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About Joey Welsh (Author) : I'm the author/illustrator of two fully-illustrated storybooks, The Gekkleberry Tree and To See the Sea. These books are based on the Gekkards, a group of reptilian characters with a sense of humor.
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