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Julia and Billy have become the best of friends, but there's something strange about Billy. Why doesn't he eat dinner with Julia and her family? And why does he cause so much commotion at school? Find out in this fun and surprising tale about "A Little Kid Named Billy!"
Paperback, 20 pages
Published April 17th 2012 by Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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