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The Robot Alphabet
Amanda Baehr Fuller
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The Robot Alphabet

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In this fun book for pre-schoolers, 26 different robots demonstrate words beginning with each letter of the alphabet.
Nook, 0 pages
Published June 11th 2011 by Amanda Baehr Fuller (first published February 17th 2011)
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Fun for robot loving kids

My 4 year old loves this book and reads it all on his own. The illustrations are great! I definitely recommend for kids learning to read.
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