A dancing hippo, a magical dragon, happy fairies, and other fantastic creatures populate these pages. The characters look alike, but a closer look reveals subtle differences. With these 30 whimsical pictures, kids can sharpen their detective skills by figuring out the similarities and distinct... read more
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A dancing hippo, a magical dragon, happy fairies, and other fantastic creatures populate these pages. The characters look alike, but a closer look reveals subtle differences. With these 30 whimsical pictures, kids can sharpen their detective skills by figuring out the similarities and distinctions. The fanciful illustrations are fun to color, too!
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and the cover was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste. According to Environmental
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