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πŸ“™ Journey Home from Grandpa's by Jemima Lumley, narrator Fred Penner


Young travelers will delight in this colorful journey. Along the way from country to city, they'll learn about different colors and modes of transportation, and sing along with Fred Penner to the catchy road-trip song. ©2006 Jemima Lumley; (P)2006 The Barefoot Child

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