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The Tiny Girl with the Big Golden Curl

Book Description
Can you imagine what it may feel like to be a mother of a very tiny girl, small in height and size, whose hair is so blond it shines like a sparkling gem in the sunlight, and while she is playing (in her backyard) in a field of very tall weeds, the mother loses sight of her? This could make a mom quite nervous, causing her to drop everything and run outside to find her child. One day, something li... More
Book Information
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages22
Publication Date09/08/2003
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About Roberta D. Bullock (Author) : Roberta D. Bullock is a published author of children's books. A published credit of Roberta D. Bullock is The Tiny Girl with the Big Golden Curl.
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