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Wave Goodbye

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Characters perform motor activities and exercise the entire body as they celebrate all the ways to wave goodbye by using elbows, lips, hair, and finally hands.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published March 1st 1996 by Lee & Low Books
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Kristie
Short phrases with rhyming text showing how to wave different body parts. Great for participation by the children.
Michelle
I love this rhyme but I dislike the artwork.
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