Книга: Porell John «Our World Readers: We All Pull»

Our World Readers: We All Pull

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A family wants the giant turnip in their garden. They work together to pull it out of the ground. They pull and pull and pull. Will that turnip ever come out? Read and find out!

Издательство: "Heinle/Cengage Learn" (2013)

ISBN: 978-1-285-19063-1

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