By Susan Ring
Oh, no! The bunnies at Cassie's puppy store have got out in their cages. Its as much as Manny and the instruments to mend the bunnies' cages sooner than the rambunctious rabbits reason any difficulty. Pre-schoolers can have enjoyable learining to learn this Pre-Level 1 early reader story, and achieve publicity to Spanish phrases akin to conejitos (bunnies).
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