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THE SPIKY STEGOSAURUS (DINOSAUR TRAIN)
{LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK}
ANDREA POSNER-SANCHEZ / DAVE AIKINS (Illustrator)

GOLDEN BOOKS (JAN 2012)
HARDCOVER, 1 pages, 196 x 163 mm., ages 3-6
Prod. # 9780307930224 (American edition)
Category: Children's fiction

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This Little Golden Book retells an episode of the hit PBS KIDS series in which Buddy and Tiny spend the day with Morris Stegosaurus and find out all about his cool, spiky tail. Full color.

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