Late for School. Written by Mike Reiss. Illustrated by Michael Austin. Read aloud by Granny B.

author CKToysClub   3 mounths ago

Late for School.
Written by Mike Reiss. Illustrated by Michael Austin.
Read aloud by Granny B.
This is a beautiful illustrated book with a great story about being late for school.
The text rhymes and the illustrations are very cool.
Granny B. is proud to read this awesome book to you.

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