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March 12, 2008


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I wonder if it is the same number in french or any other language into which the book has been translated. I shall have to sit down and count them.

Gwyn Michael

If you look at my facebook profile you will see I recommend Dr. Seuss. I find him an essential part of my adult library. Good medicine for gray days!!!

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