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EVERYTHING GOES
HENRY IN A JAM
{MY FIRST I CAN READ - LEVEL PRE1 (QUALITY)}
BRIAN BIGGS / BRIAN BIGGS (Illustrator) / SIMON ABBOTT (Illustrator)

HARPERTORCH (FEB 2012)
PAPERBACK, 32 pages, 228 x 140 mm., ages 4-8
Prod. # 9780061958182 (American edition)
Category: Children's fiction

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Henry is in a jam. On their way to a birthday party, Henry and his dad get stuck in traffic. A tree has fallen onto the road, and no one can get by. Luckily, there are plenty of emergency vehicles to help! Police cars, fire engines, and a back hoe are all at the scene, and Henry gets to be part of the action. Full color.

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