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Product NameSir Otto (Leapfrog Rhyme Time)
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AuthorMick Gowar
Page Count32
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Published01/15/2009
Long DescriptionSir Otto is brave and bold. There is nothing he cannot do...until, one day, when he gets all rusty in the rain! Leapfrog Rhyme Time features fun, rhyming stories of no more than 180 words for children who are starting to read on their own.
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