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Silly Willy

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32 pp. Pub: 9/95.Silly Willy, our eponymous hero, likes to get dressed in a topsy-turvy way--with gloves on his head, socks on his ears, and the rest of his clothes in the strangest places--in this silly story by the author of What a Pest! and Ice-Cold Birthday. Featuring extra-large type and primer easy sentences, this All Aboard Reading book includes 24 flash cards.
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Published September 28th 1995 by Grosset & Dunlap
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Molly Lamson
Thanks, Benny for sharing this with Willie!
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I originally checked this book out from the library but my child loved it so much that I bought a copy. We read this every night and with the aid of the pictures, my 3 year old feels like he is reading.
Kirei
This is a cute book about a boy who puts his clothes on in silly ways. Then his mom teaches the right way.
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