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Picture THIS! Imagine THAT! (Adventures of Nino and Tenna)

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Now PICTURE THIS...A giraffe in the street! A school bus in the living room?? Can you even IMAGINE THAT??

Nino has a tough time convincing his sister Tenna and Puppy Dog about all the WILD animals he saw during a walk in the woods. But once they actually SEE what Nino is talking about, they can hardly believe it...until they start to see it with their own EYES!

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Kindle Edition, 21 pages
Published January 10th 2020 by Herald and Sons Publishing
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Cassandra Gelvin
Sep 09, 2020 rated it liked it
I’m imagining it with better art.

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It's a very short book. I like the concept, which is that the author took a story that was told by his highly imaginative preschool-aged son, and polished it up to make it into a full book.

The story is this: basically, a boy takes his camera, and goes outside and takes a bunch of pictures and comes back and shows them to his sister and their dog. He says something like, 'Here's a pic
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