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The fish that couldn't swim

by Sarah Gaylard

The fish that couldn't swim

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Have you ever heard of a fish that can't swim?

A boy who can run, jump, and climb but cannot swim brings a fish to life and learns from it.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download The fish that couldn't swim ebook for free in PDF format (1.1 MB).

Book Details

Title
The fish that couldn't swim
Subject
Children's Books
Publisher
Book Dash
Published
2018
Pages
18
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13 Digital
9781928442394
ISBN10 Digital
1928442390
PDF Size
1.1 MB
License
CC BY

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